More ideas from Toby
Southerscales Scar, Chapel-le-Dale, North Yorkshire, Yorkshire Dales, England, UK.

Nature in the CranniesLimestone pavements are important habitats in the Yorkshire Dales, housing various flora such as baneberry, rigid buckler-fern, and limestone fern in the grikes (grooves);

Hull Pot near Pen-Y-Ghent, Horton-in-Ribblesdale, Yorkshire Dales National Park, North Yorkshire, England (by Mariano Capogrossi)

Hull Pot near Pen-Y-Ghent, Horton-in-Ribblesdale, Yorkshire Dales National Park, North Yorkshire, England (by Mariano Capogrossi)

Malham Cove. The waterfall has not flowed in living memory until recent very heavy rainfall.

Malham Cove: Heavy rain and flooding have caused water to tumble down the most famous cliff in the Yorkshire Dales for "the first time in living memory"

Pen-y-ghent (2,277 ft), Yorkshire Dales, England. One of a triumvirate of fells that I scaled in my youth. The others being Great Gable (2,949 ft) and Scafell Pike (3,209 ft). This may explain why I now live at 9,000 ft. in the Colorado Rocky Mountains :)

Pen-y-ghent ft), Yorkshire Dales, England. One of a triumvirate of fells that I scaled in my youth. The others being Great Gable ft) and Scafell Pike ft). This may explain why I now live at ft. in the Colorado Rocky Mountains :)

Photograph of Ribblehead Viaduct and Ingleborough, Yorkshire, UK

Photograph of Ribblehead Viaduct and Ingleborough, Yorkshire, UK