Walking the dog
Walking the dog
Across the Lake - Yorkshire Arboretum
Across the Lake - Yorkshire Arboretum
Yockenthwaite and Langstrothdale
Yockenthwaite and Langstrothdale
Looking towards Hubberholme from Buckden Rakes
Looking towards Hubberholme from Buckden Rakes
Kilnsey Park
Kilnsey Park
Autumn colour by Studley Royal  Lake
Autumn colour by Studley Royal Lake
Fordham Plantation
Fordham Plantation
Misty in Holm Dale
Misty in Holm Dale
By Ashberry Wood near Rievaulx.
By Ashberry Wood near Rievaulx.
Autumn near Rievaulx
Autumn near Rievaulx
Kirkham Bridge, KirkhamBuilt in 1806, Kirkham Bridge carries a minor road across the River Derwent about 1 kilometre east of the A64 in the small village of Kirkham.
Kirkham Bridge, KirkhamBuilt in 1806, Kirkham Bridge carries a minor road across the River Derwent about 1 kilometre east of the A64 in the small village of Kirkham.
Grazing
Grazing
Thornwick Bay
Thornwick Bay
Spring Flower
Spring Flower
Canal Boats moored at Melbourne
Canal Boats moored at Melbourne
Red tractor and trailer
Red tractor and trailer
Dusk from Blue Bridge
Dusk from Blue Bridge
Nettles growing in a hollow tree stump near Millington Heights
Nettles growing in a hollow tree stump near Millington Heights
Wild Garlic in Millington Woods
Wild Garlic in Millington Woods
Gypsy Caravan and Tent at Rose Cottage Farm, Terrington
Gypsy Caravan and Tent at Rose Cottage Farm, Terrington
Horses near Warren Farm, Millington
Horses near Warren Farm, Millington
May blosson on hawthorn near Millington
May blosson on hawthorn near Millington
Raindale Mill, a Victorian watermill which was brought to York in the 1960s from the North York Moors where it served Newton-upon-Rawcliffe and the surrounding villages.It has been brought back into working order as part of the 2012 improvements. Trained volunteers operate the waterwheel, powered by a mill pond which uses water from the river below
Raindale Mill, a Victorian watermill which was brought to York in the 1960s from the North York Moors where it served Newton-upon-Rawcliffe and the surrounding villages.It has been brought back into working order as part of the 2012 improvements. Trained volunteers operate the waterwheel, powered by a mill pond which uses water from the river below
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