This 5000 year old stone circle in beautiful Northumberland.
Grandson Mackenzie who has started taking up photography. He took a few with his old phone and when I discovered he wanted to take up the hobby I bought him a second hand Nikon D7000, which he loves. This is he taking a photo with his old phone on one of our hikes.
This Swaledale sheep must be enjoying the spectacular views over Scar House reservoir and Great Whernside mountain. Nidderdale. North Yorkshire
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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