North Yorkshire the dales, moors, coast and wolds

North Yorkshire seems to go on forever. You can sit and stare at thirty mile views and just take in all that fresh air. The image above is up above Muker on the "Col de Buttertubs" as they called it for the Tour de France. Le Tour also climbed up through the "Col de Blubberhouses". With names like those you couldn't get any more Yorkshire!

A Nidderdale evening sky.

Here is a small collection of images that are from around North Yorkshire. These were all taken when just travelling around enjoying the views, skies and colours.

Crossing the Wharfe
Fountains Abbey
Fake flowers
Well, in that case . . . .
Steams up
Into the station
Crossing Ribblehead Viaduct
Buckden Tea Room and village store
Ready . . Aim . .
Wharfedale
Ripon Cathedral
A forest Cathedral
Iron Bridge
Lone Tree

Open Spaces

A short, three minute video with some of our favourite places to stand and stare and enjoy open spaces and voluminous buildings.

Created By
Frank Belch LRPS
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