No usual blogs from me this week as I’m away in the Yorkshire Dales.
It’s been very hot here which makes walking more difficult (for me). The evening light has been absolutely sensational, though.
Walked the Muker-Keld loop incorporating the Pennine Way in part.
It’s such an incredibly rich landscape of natural and cultural history. I intend to put together a longer post about the walk in the weeks ahead.
The hay barns in Swaledale are some of my favourite features of this wonderful place. I have a massive framed picture of one in my house.
This one in fact. The meadows here had just been cut. There was a huge hedgehog, oystercatchers and swallows foraging in the tractor’s wake.
Ok, time to coat myself in Factor 50 and head out again.
Thanks for reading.
5 thoughts on “Postcard from the Dales”
Wonderful photos, Daniel! Enjoy the rest of your holiday….
Thank you 😊
Enjoy your break. It’s a grand bit of the Dales for walking. Bit too hot for us…
Thanks John. Seems to have broken now thanks to the rain rainfall.
No rain in our part of Cumbria. Just scorching.