The Yorkshire Dales is home to some of the UK’s most extensive cave systems.
Every now and then a massive chasm opens up to reveal an entry into these caves.
This is one of the biggest: Hull Pot.
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How do! 👋
Nowt particularly exciting here, just a lovely summer’s evening wandering around Force Falls and Levens Hall Deer Park.
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It was nice, and dry, enough this weekend just gone that I ventured for a solo hike up a local fell: Cunswick Scar.
Proper lovely summer’s day. ☀️
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We finally got a dry evening, so we head towards Sedbergh for a nice hike through Sedbergh’s meadows underneath the Howgills.
A brief bit of lovely evening light. Still work getting out.
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Nowt blogworthy from me today. After Monday/Tuesday’s record-breaking heatwave, the rest of the week has been VERY wet. 🌦
Britain gets more tropical every year. 🌴
Here’s some snaps I managed to get on a dry period this morning. Hope you like ‘em. 🙂
We’re on the cusp of a record-breaking heatwave here in the UK. 🥵
Before it arrived, we woke up at 4am for a sunrise/early morning hike up to Walla Crag and its magnificent views.
Plenty more photos from this walk are available for your eyeballs here -> https://www.iancylkowski.com/blog/2022/7/17/walla-crag-lake-district-summer 👍
New work! Welcome to Mallerstang and Smardale.
Enjoyed both destinations alongside my Dad. It’s been too long.
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Welcome to Kirkby Lonsdale!
Pretty in any season, but spectacular during summer.
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MOAR new work?! Yes, more!
Welcome to Bowderdale, one of the larger valleys of the Howgills. A secret treasure explored by few.
PLENTY more photos from this hike are available for your eyeballs here -> https://www.iancylkowski.com/blog/2022/6/23/bowderdale-howgills-cumbria-summer 👍
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More new work for you, you lucky things!
Welcome to summer in Great Langdale, one of my favourite places in all the Lake District.
Loads more photos from this walk are available for you right here -> https://www.iancylkowski.com/blog/2022/6/21/great-langdale-lake-district-summer 👍
As the weather’s really picking up in the UK now, I enjoyed a nice hike up to Scout Scar again.
The wildflowers are really popping now.
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A hot summer’s day walk to a local favourite, Hawes bridge gorge and its waterfall.
Plenty more photos from this hike are available for you to browse here -> https://www.iancylkowski.com/blog/2022/6/17/hawes-bridge-kendal-cumbria-summer 👍
Man alive, 2022 doesn’t let up.
Thankfully, I recently got a good bit of personal positive news, which I’ll holding onto protectively.
In any case, I found some time to enjoy a nice local hike. Into a storm. Ah well.
More photos waiting for you here -> https://www.iancylkowski.com/blog/2022/6/14/paddys-lane-cumbria-summer 👍
NEW WORK! And some of my best yet. Welcome to Grisedale -> https://www.iancylkowski.com/blog/2022/6/4/grisedale-lake-district-summer
Summer is here.
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Something a little bit different from me this time: a lens review!
I managed to find a Vivitar “Series 1” 28–105mm f/2.8-3.8 in a charity shop. Thankfully, I can adapt and mount this to my Fujifilm X-T2, so I bought it and have been testing it out.
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