All nature is exquisite at any given time of year. But there’s something exceptionally magical about Malham Cove. It’s a beautiful place to explore. I’d love a nest there one day. There’s a fairy wood, waterfalls, limestone rocks and a beautiful mountain to climb. It’s as though you can see all of the world from the top of Gordale Scar. The gorgeous dog was just a fleeting guest, by the way!
16 thoughts on “Malham and Malhamdale – Yorkshire Dales”
Beautiful place 👌👌
Thanks Jhavinder! I was there last year but never got round to adding the pictures here on my little blog. I have so many beautiful photographs to share with you 🙂
I am waiting. Keep posting☺
That’s a truly beautiful place!
It is. The UK is just perfect 🙂 Hope you are well!
It is perfect, that’s why i don’t know why people dislike the rain – we need it to keep things green!
I’m good thanks, you’re well I trust? xo
I love the rain. I am good. Writing. It’s going well – but digging deep – so … it is also a little draining. So many photographs to share of recent travels too. I don’t know where to start! Lucy Brazier is a diamond. She is there (online) in the background jogging me along. I don’t know how to ever repay her!
Oh Lucy is amazing and it’s great to hear that she’s got you writing 🙂
She’s fabulous. I love her works! 🙂
I’m totally with you there!
Almost looks like the Shire. Beautiful.
The Hobbit was written in parts of Yorkshire and West Midlands. Who knows where else?! You must try to visit Michael. Keep writing your wonderful poems and prose 🙂
One of my favourite places! 👍
It’s so beautiful isn’t it 🙂 x
I have a house in Leeds! Do you live there. If so we must meet up with the dogs. Drop me an email? x