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Yorkshire

George Robertson | The Stone Barns in Swaldale

The Stone Barns in Swaldale

Swaledale in the Yorkshire Dales National Park Its upper parts are particularly striking because of its large old limestone field barns , stone walls and its profusion of wild flowers
George Robertson | The Stone Barns in Swaldale

The Stone Barns in Swaldale

Swaledale in the Yorkshire Dales National Park Its upper parts are particularly striking because of its large old limestone field barns , stone walls and its profusion of wild flowers
George Robertson | Lone Tree

Lone Tree

A lone weathered tree in amongst the limestone pavement of the Yorkshire Dales National Park
George Robertson | Scaleber Falls in Yorkshire Dales

Scaleber Falls in Yorkshire Dales

Scaleber Foss Waterfalls near Settle in the Yorkshire Dales. A stunning 40 Ft waterfall cascading over limestone cliffs in a wooded gorge
George Robertson | Wain Wath Waterfalls in Swaledale

Wain Wath Waterfalls in Swaledale

Wain Wath Force is a popular waterfall located just over half a mile to the west of Keld in upper Swaledale in the Yorkshire Dales National Park
George Robertson | Scaleber Foss waterfalls in Yorkshire

Scaleber Foss waterfalls in Yorkshire

Scaleber Falls lie in a deep wooded gorge near the market town of Settle in the Yorkshire Dales. The falls are 40 foot high and cascade over limestone cliffs
George Robertson | West Burton Waterfalls

West Burton Waterfalls

West Burton Falls (also known as Cauldron Falls) in Wensleydale is a popular visitor attraction in the Yorkshire Dales National Park
George Robertson | Winskill stones

Winskill stones

Winskill Stones is a small nature reserve above the villages of Langcliffe and Stainforth in the Yorkshire Dales.
George Robertson | Winskill stones

Winskill stones

Winskill Stones is a small nature reserve above the villages of Langcliffe and Stainforth in the Yorkshire Dales.
George Robertson | Scaleber Falls in Yorkshire

Scaleber Falls in Yorkshire

Scaleber Falls lie in a deep wooded gorge near the market town of Settle in the Yorkshire Dales. The falls are 40 foot high and cascade over limestone cliffs
George Robertson | Scaleber Force, Yorkshire

Scaleber Force, Yorkshire

The waterfalls at Scaleber Force, near Settle in the Yorkshire Dales
George Robertson | Malham Tree by night

Malham Tree by night

A lone tree amonst limestone pavement on the hills above the village of Malham in the Yorkshire Dales
George Robertson | Lone Tree in snow storm

Lone Tree in snow storm

A lone tree on the moors near Malham Tarn during a snow storm
George Robertson | Last Puffs of Smoke

Last Puffs of Smoke

The powerstation at Ferrybridge closed down and this image was taken on its final night of operation
George Robertson | Old Barns in Swaledale

Old Barns in Swaledale

Swaledale in the Yorkshire Dales National Park Its upper parts are particularly striking because of its large old limestone field barns , stone walls and its profusion of wild flowers
George Robertson | West Burton Waterfalls

West Burton Waterfalls

West Burton Falls (also known as Cauldron Falls) in Wensleydale is a popular visitor attraction in the Yorkshire Dales National Park
George Robertson | Lone tree on the Yorkshire Moors

Lone tree on the Yorkshire Moors

A lone tree on the moors near Winskill Stones in the Yorkshire Dales National Park during a rain storm at sunset
George Robertson | Scenic Waterfall

Scenic Waterfall

Scenic Waterfall
George Robertson | Malham Lone Tree

Malham Lone Tree

Dramatic light over the lone tree on the Limestone pavements above the village of Malham in the Yorkshire Dales
George Robertson | Looking down over Dent Head Viaduct

Looking down over Dent Head Viaduct

Looking down over Dent Head Viaduct with late afternoon light on the valley.
George Robertson | The Strid on River Wharfe

The Strid on River Wharfe

The Strid is a narrow section of the River Wharfe near Bolton Abbey in Yorkshire. It is named as it is considered to be only a single stride across.
George Robertson | The Strid on River Wharfe

The Strid on River Wharfe

The Strid is a narrow section of the River Wharfe near Bolton Abbey in Yorkshire. It is named as it is considered to be only a single stride across.
George Robertson | Weathered hawthorn 1tree

Weathered hawthorn 1tree

A lone weathered tree in amongst the limestone pavement of the Yorkshire Dales National Park
George Robertson | Old Tree at Sunset

Old Tree at Sunset

A lone tree growing through the limestone pavements on the moors near Winskill Stones in the Yorkshire Dales National Park
George Robertson | Sunset on a lone tree

Sunset on a lone tree

A lone weathered tree in amongst the limestone pavement of the Yorkshire Dales National Park
George Robertson | Weathered hawthorn tree at Sunrise

Weathered hawthorn tree at Sunrise

A lone weathered tree in amongst the limestone pavement of the Yorkshire Dales National Park
George Robertson | Caver in Gaping Gill Cavern

Caver in Gaping Gill Cavern

Inside Gaping Gill in Yorkshire one of the UK's largest underground chambers which is accessed through a pothole 98m (322ft) deep
George Robertson | Waterfalls in Gaping Gill

Waterfalls in Gaping Gill

Inside Gaping Gill in Yorkshire one of the UK's largest underground chambers which is accessed through a pothole 98m (322ft) deep