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Yorkshire Dales

John Hare | Dales Stream

Dales Stream

Lovely view of a small Yorkshire Dales stream as it drops over a stone ledge and tumbles of a series of small natural steps forming this lovely little waterfall. This image was taken in Swaledale close to the little hamlet of Keld. The water in the Yorkshire Dales is often referred to as "Yorkshire Tea" because of the distinctive brown colour that is caused by the peat it collects from the Moors.
John Hare | Wain Wath Force

Wain Wath Force

Wain Wath Force is a delightful and popular falls situated on the River Swale, Swaledale in the heart of the Western Yorkshire Dales. It is close to the village of Keld situated right next to the road. This shot the rich morning light and blue skies add a wonderful warmth to the shot sowing the falls at their very best.
John Hare | Hardraw Force

Hardraw Force

Hardraw Force is the longest single drop waterfall in England with the water from Hardraw Beck dropping over 100 feet over the limestone scar. It is located behind the Green Dragon Inn at Hardraw near Hawes in the Yorkshire Dales. The waterfall was used in the film Robin Hood Prince of Thieves and also features in a TV advert for a well known brand of milk.
John Hare | Swaledale From Buttertubs Pass

Swaledale From Buttertubs Pass

A view looking across Swaledale in the North Yorkshire National Park taken from the top of Buttertubs Pass. The meadows bathed in the warm Summer sun. The patchwork of meadows divided by iconic traditional dry stone walls. As your eyes wander through this classic north English countryside view Swaledale Sheep can be seen in the foreground grazing on the lush grass, Buttertubs Pass divides Swaledale and Wensleydale, two of the iconic dales within the National Park.
John Hare | Swaledale

Swaledale

A view looking across Swaledale in the North Yorkshire National Park. The meadows bathed in the warm Summer sun. The patchwork of meadows divided by iconic traditional dry stone walls. As your eyes wander through this classic north English countryside view across the River Swale and onto the heather topped fells. There can be nothing more beautiful than England in the Summer.
John Hare | Muker Meadows

Muker Meadows

A view looking across Muker Meadows, Swaledale in the North Yorkshire National Park. The meadows bathed in the warm Summer sun. The patchwork of meadows divided by iconic traditional dry stone walls. As your eyes wander through this classic north English countryside view a stone barn can be seen high up in the distant meadow, these barns are traditional within Yorkshire and used to shelter the livestock during the harsh Winters.
John Hare | Wensleydale

Wensleydale

A view looking over Wensleydale in the Yorkshire Dales looking towards Ingleborough shot from Buttertubs Pass which separates Wensleydale and Swaledale. The tall peak on the right side of the horizon is Ingleborough, the second highest peak in the Dales. The sunlight illuminating the patchwork of meadows showing their lush green hues provides a focal point to this iconic English countryside view. The Yorkshire Dales is one of the best known national parks in England and with views like this there is no wonder why it is so popular with visitors.