Yorkshire and The Lake District

I made a trip to Yorkshire during May 2012 with three other photographers which included a day in the Lake District, all due to the weather being better than in Yorkshire. I was certainly pleased to be able to visit Castlerigg Stone Circle. I thought the scenery in Yorkshire was fantastic, loved the stone walling and barns and there were plenty of waterfalls. We spent a day trying to get some shots of red grouse and also visited the limestone paving of Malham and Ingleton. On our way to and from Yorkshire we stopped at a couple of places for more photographs, some of rape fields and the others of the bluebells in Ashridge Forest Hertfordshire. I have put these images on my Latest Images page.

Swaledale Barns

Swaledale Barns

Typical Yorkshire Barn


Yorkshire Waterfalls

Malham Cove

Red Grouse

A view from our cottage

A view from our cottage

The Dales Sheep


The Mole Catchers Spoils

Pony and trap Ingleton

Ingleton at sunset

Malham Limestone

Ingleton Limestone

The Lakes

Castlerigg Stone Circle

Castlerigg Stones

Wood Anenomes

Bolton Castle, Yorkshire Dales