Deepdale - Latest Work

Deepdale is a tributary valley of Dentdale. It is steep sided and seperates the bulk of Yorkshire's highest hill Whernside, from its neighbour Great Coumb. The image was made as the late morning winter sun side lit the dale. It had been a very cold night. The shaded parts of the valley were thick with frost, and the upper slopes had a covering of snow. This farm nestles under the slopes of Whernside, one of the famous Three Peaks of Yorkshire.

Nikon D800 102mm lens f16. 28/12/2014 23.17.

Location Deepdale near Dent
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