Yorkshire photography trip this Easter

Discussion in 'North Yorks' started by sANDYbAY, Mar 12, 2017.

  1. Have a look at a map of Nidderdale . Follow the Nidd North from Pateley Bridge , past Ramsgill and follow the road as far as you can - Middlesmoor is at the end of the tarmac ...
    Stay in the field behind The Crown pub . The tarmac turns into a dirt track and is well worth the half hour walk over to the victorian reservoirs of Scarhouse and Angram with great walking and photo opportunities galore ...
    Down the road is Howe Stean Gorge , have a look on google images :thumbsup:

    Malham is fantasic but gets busy at weekends , you`ll still find `space` though .

    Most of all - enjoy Gods own country :D

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  2. Limestone pavements above Twist let on scars. Alum pot around mid day when it's sunny, you get a circular rainbow. Kilnsey crag, Brixham Rocks, Howstein gorge. The list goes on. :thumbsup:
     
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    Cheers guys, I'm getting an O.S. map of the area so I'll pencil in the places you've mentioned.
     
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    Well........it's a picture of a waterfall, but is it the BEST picture of that waterfall that you could have taken? I'm afraid you only get 6/10 for that one and a "Must try harder". :)
     
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  5. I wouldn't even score that a 6! That was a phone photo and I'm a Marmite photographer.

    Plenty of good subject matter though
     
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  6. Best bring your laptop to Techenders for a show and tell session ... :thumbsup:


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  7. And Fortunes' kippers...
     
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  9. Try the Green Dragon at Hardraw, you have to walk past it to get to Hardraw Force. Great campsite behind the pub and the pubs not bad either. Ask @The Bobdogs we spent a very drunk Saturday afternoon in there :beer:while the ladies walked into Hawes.
    Oh its not Ribbledale viaduct, its Ribblehead viaduct;) There is a pub at the viaduct call the Station Inn, reckon you can park up for the night in the car park:thumbsup::thumbsup:
     
  10. Limestone pavements above Twist let on scars. Alum pot around mid day when it's sunny, you get a circular rainbow. Kilnsey crag, Brixham Rocks, Howstein gorge. The list goes on. :thumbsup:
    Buckden Gill?
     
  11. Buckden Gill? 2nd time lucky.
     
  12. Catrigg Force.....possibly?
     
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  13. Bloody tourist coming up here taking our views
     
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  14. Actual its correct name is Batty Moss viaduct!
     
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    Any relation to Nora?
     
  16. Kate, actually!
     
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    You've got to go to the Tann Hill Inn it's the highest pub in the world
     
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  18. Don't come to the dales its awful
    Never heard the saying it's grim up north?
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    Apart from the beach at Whitby pic all of the rest are close to home
    I'd love a proper camera but my phone doesn't do to bad

    No more Cotton mills for me
    There's a wholesome feeling to living here

    I've seen loads of great pics taken during the good months of the year

    The ones that move me the most are the ones taken in the depths of winter


    You know where we are if you want to stop by bob
     

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