Swaledale is renowned for its archetypal Yorkshire Dales scenery of drystone walls, field barns and meadows. The barns and dry stone walls form a unique historic farmed landscape that has evolved since at least the century
Rosedale, North Yorkshire, England is a valley located almost in the center of the North York Moors national park in North Yorkshire, England. Rosedale is surrounded by some of the most beautiful moorland in England.
Blakeney Harbour, Blakeney is a beautiful village on the Norfolk coast. It became a fishing port after it was founded in 1240 but today relies on tourists. Blakeney Point is home to Blakeney National Nature Reserve (National Trust)
Hunstanton is the only part of the Norfolk coast that actually faces west. As a result it's always a little disorienting for us East Anglian photographers to be presented with beach features that are touched by light from the setting sun!