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High Bridestones stone circle on the North Yorkshire Moors. Legend has it that a wedding party was lost on the bleak moors in a dense fog. They walked for that long, trying to find their way that they were eventually turned to stone.
This old track leads across Barden moor in Wharfedale towards the rocky outcrop of Simons Seat.
This is Pendle Hill in the English county of Lancashire. It is famous for the Witch Trials of 1612 when 10 witches (mainly old women) were tried and hanged – they all lived in the shadow of the hill.
The river Wharfe slides over this old weir in the town that I live in.