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Friday Image No.185

Dry riverbed above Malham Cove, Yorkshire. Fuji X-T2, 18-55 lens, ISO200, 1/220″ at f/11.0

For this week’s Friday image, I want to share possibly my favourite view in all Malham. Yes, Malham Cove is spectacular as is Grodale Scar. Janets Foss is tranquil and the surrounding countryside is beautiful. But for me, this dry prehistoric riverbed with its drystone wall is amazing. The first time I ever saw it I thought wow, and I still think wow each time I see it.

From where I shot this, there is a cliff immediately behind me. Sitting on top of that cliff with your feet dangling over, eating a sandwich is pure heaven.

I hope you like the image and have a great weekend.

Normal Service Will Resume Shortly

Limestone above Malham just after sunrise. Sony A7r + Canon 24-70 lens. Set to 24mm, ISO100, F/16.0, shutter speed 0.4".
Limestone above Malham just after sunrise. Sony A7r + Canon 24-70 lens. Set to 24mm, ISO100, F/16.0, shutter speed 0.4″.

This is a quick note to say sorry to everyone waiting on a reply to email. I have been away for a Landscape shoot and without internet access. Normal service will resume shortly and here is one of the images from the shoot in the interim.