Wonders of the North (Part 1)
It’s easy to pine for that next trip abroad, to just put your feet up and do nothing for a few days. In reality we all know that never happens. You get restless, bored and impatient, feelings you were literally trying to get away from. Funny enough it’s not the location that spoils the fun but your own mind. Next time you feel the itch to get away from it all and spontaneously book a trip somewhere warm, research something that’s around the corner. For my latest photography journal thats exactly what I did so read on about my latest adventure:
Bolton Abbey is an estate in Wharfedale in North Yorkshire, England, which takes its name from the ruins of the 12th-century Augustinian monastery (now known as Bolton Priory). Nestled in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales on the banks of the River Wharfe, Bolton Abbey provides a down to earth day out. If you’re a fan of history, nature and long walks then this is a place for you.
Historically split between Cumberland, Westmorland and Lancashire, the Lake District is now entirely in Cumbria. All the land in England higher than 3,000 feet (910 m) above sea level lies within the National Park, including Scafell Pike, the highest mountain in England. It also contains the deepest and longest bodies of water in England, respectively Wastwater and Windermere.
Malham Cove is a limestone formation north of the village of Malham, North Yorkshire. The large, curved feature was formed by a waterfall carrying meltwater from glaciers at the end of the last Ice Age more than 12,000 years ago. Today it is a well-known beauty spot within the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
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