What seems to have become a yearly trip to Malham, not a bad thing. Obviously Malham Cove itself is one of the main attractions in the area, closely followed by Gordale Scar and Janet’s Foss, on leaving Malham a trip to Malham Tarn and finishing off at the amazing Scalber … Read More
A stroll on a summer afternoon, visiting area’s around to local viaducts. Thornton Viaduct and Hewenden Viaduct, use to run on the same train line some years ago. Hewden VIaduct stretches across Hewenden Valley, which was the Goit Stock waterfall at the bottom. I did visit the waterfall but there … Read More
Day trip around various (localish) locations, including over the border to the dark side on a beautiful summers day. Visited three of Lancashire’s Panopticon’s including “The Atom”, “Singing Ringing Tree” and “The Halo”: Panopticons is the name of a unique series of 21st-century landmarks being erected across East Lancashire, from Blackburn … Read More
“The Yorkshire Wartime Experience , now in it’s fourth year, is regarded as the North’s Premier & Largest Military Vehicle and Re-enactment show” http://nelz60.moonfruit.com/
Right on my own doorstep in the wonderful Yorkshire Countryside, a visit from the missus’ pet sheep “Buddy” and the start of a glorious sunset.
Second day of Haworth’s 1940’s weekend, a lot busier today so not as many snaps! As ever more information over at http://www.haworth1940sweekend.co.uk
A pop down the road to the other side of the reservoir, and a visit to a friends to take a few snaps of the family pets. Mainly the horses, and a quick visit from the family dog as well.
My favourite spot to photograph, great for all seasons! A few brisk and cold February morning, I visited Leeming Reservoir just down the road from the home, for a quick snow shoot with the best model around!