Malhamdale Fields

Walking with a Smacked Pentax

Malham is a little village in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park – it is about 45 minutes drive from my house. It is a gorgeous place, with limestone walls and waterfalls, a Tarn, a huge gorge and an impressive cove.

However, on this day I avoided all that, and walked around the fields and meadows. The early morning sun was risng and the clouds really added to the landscape. As a landscape photographer I couldn’t have asked for better light.

After a couple of hours or so, I had a flask of tea and a ‘growler’ – a Yorkshire name for a pork pie, and settled against a wall and enjoyed the views.

I have previously written about the ‘tourist’ side of Malham here – but for now enjoy the fields and meadows around this beautiful part of Yorkshire.

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28 thoughts on “Malhamdale Fields

  1. Those hedgerows are so lovely. We’d sure like to drive amongst them too.
    The last we did was in the Cotswolds and that was such a long time ago too!
    Especially on a fine day the views are stunning indeed as you shared. But even on cloudier days the green helps to ease the gloom. We enjoy road tripping in the UK and one of the things we’d like to do someday again is to road trip all the way to and around Scotland

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