The river Wharfe slides over this old weir in the town that I live in.
These Swaledale sheep followed me for half a mile thinking I was going to feed them. Yorkshire Dales National Park
This photo was taken on Barden moor in the Yorkshire Dales National Park in the UK. I took my 12 yr. old grandson Mackenzie for a long walk when the first lockdown ended and we walked 14 miles that day – just so glad to be out in the fresh air.
When we got to our destination a heavy thunderstorm hit and we sheltered behind the wall for a good hour, but we still got drenched. Walking the 7 miles back to the car the stone slabs being wet were very slippery, and we had to be careful – you don’t want a sprained ankle up there, and it just seemed to take us ages to get home.
I couldn’t tell which was here first, the church or plant right next door. I would assume the plant doesn’t operate on Sundays, still.
Olympus EM5 with 20mm lens, processed in Snapseed.
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Even a stopped clock
is right twice a day
A sundial in the shade
Olympus OMD EM1 with 40–150mm f2.8 zoom. Developed in Snapseed.