Yorkshire Views


I visited the North Yorkshire Dales in September – and as well as taking some Red Grouse photos, I also shot some landscape views whilst doing some hiking in the Dales.

These are my favourite four landscape images from the visit.

First a view over Swaledale from near the place I was staying.

View over Swaledale from Feetham, Yorkshire
Canon EOS 760D (30mm, f/11, 1/80 sec, ISO200)
View over Swaledale from Feetham, Yorkshire

Then a view over Wensleydale from a hillside near West Burton.

Canon EOS 760D (53mm, f/11, 1/250 sec, ISO200)

West Burton is a pretty village, and is also home to Cauldron Falls, which is famous due to it being painted by Turner.

West Burton - Cauldron Falls
Canon EOS 760D (41mm, f/16, 1/2.5 sec, ISO400)
West Burton – Cauldron Falls

Lastly a view again over Wensleydale from further round the dale.

Farm outbuilding in Wensleydale
Canon EOS 760D (55mm, f/9, 1/500 sec, ISO200)
Farm outbuilding in Wensleydale

About ChrisA

I have been taking photography seriously since 2004. I have a website dedicated to my favourite type of photography - macro @ www.macro-photo.co.uk I also enjoy taking landscape and wildlife shots, which I show on akeyphoto.co.uk I hope you enjoy both websites.

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