A Patch of Sunshine

A patch of sunshine on a cloudy day can make all the difference to your day.

Taken in an area known as ‘The Yorkshire Dales’ in England.  It is an area full of drystone walls, and stone built barns and houses.  The main farming activity is the rearing of sheep.  ‘The Yorkshire Dales’ form one of the ‘National Parks’ of England and is a popular walking, climbing and caving/potholing area.



6 thoughts on “A Patch of Sunshine

    • Water formed them. The area is mainly limestone which the water reacts with and disolves it away. There are some caves of a fair size but for the most part I’d call them chambers as part of pot-hole systems. There are some show caves and highlight caves, but nothing to compare with those found in many other countries.

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