Thornton Force. The last of the great waterfalls on the ascent of Ingleton's waterfall walk.
A lone Hawthorn tree grows out of the Limestone clints.
Pen y Ghent first or last of the Yorkshire three Peaks.
Catrigg Force in early Spring.
The River Dee in minor flood conditions cascades and eddies over limestone rocks as it flows down Dent Dale.
Gayle Beck Lodge enjoys Autumnal sun as Ingleborough sits watching on.
A Leeds bound train crosses Ribblehead Viaduct in early evening light. The viaduct casts impressive shadows across Blea Moor Common.

A vista looking towards Rylstone Cross and Pendle from the Obelisk above Cracoe.

A shooters cabin on Burnsall Fell commands a magnificent view over Wharfedale towards Grimwith Reservoir and Appletreewick Moor.

 

 

Winter is still in charge in the Yorkshire Dales on a cold weekend morning.

Above is the decaying shooting cabin of Gayle Beck Lodge. An overnight frost as left a coating on the roof and on Ingleborough in the background. A layer of thick ice still covers Gayle Beck

The image on the right is at Stainforth Falls. The old packhorse bridge spans the infant River Ribble before falling down the falls.

The right hand image is of a small beck in Dentdale. The weather was still cold enough to create icicles on the overhanging grass.