Travelling around some beautiful Yorkshire Landscapes

Yorkshire certainly spoils you with the sunning landscapes and waterfalls. The photographs are all taken within an hours drive of where I live, which is very lucky.

Travelling to Malham was the first port of call, visiting Janet’s Foss, and then walking up to Gordale Scar. These two waterfalls are fed by the Gordale Beck, which turns into the River Aire around two miles downstream. Wonderful sunshine covered the landscape, but capturing became a little more tricky. Leaving this area we climbed out of Maham, to far above the cove, and found two lone tree’s.

Scaleber Force was next on the trek, crystal clear water tumbling over limestone, into a pool below. On the outskirts of Settle, is a out of the way detour home, but always worth the visit. Capturing the sun set above Haworth at Lower Latihe Reservoir, is always a good way to finish the day.