West Burton Falls by dougie1

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down a narrow track between houses, one finds a river falling over a cliff into an almost fairy grotto. the footpath crosses over stone bridge and disappears over a hill. this is a truly unspoilt place!
west burton is in the yorkshire dales national park, england.

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west, burton, yorkshire, dales, aysgarth

Comments

  • AutumnLeaves
    AutumnLeavesabout 6 years ago

    wow! that’s so pretty!

  • thanks autumn!

    – dougie1

  • Tainia Finlay
    Tainia Finlayabout 6 years ago

    Stunning dougie! xx

  • thank you so much tai, this at the end of the day after aysgarth, redmire, then this. i feel like i’ve been horse riding, can’t hardly walk!
    took nearly 400 pics, lol! been sitting here ever since, trying to thin them out!! xxxx you ok?

    – dougie1

  • Tainia Finlay
    Tainia Finlayabout 6 years ago

    BM’ing you now dear dougie xx

  • naturelover
    natureloverabout 6 years ago

    Absolutely beautiful!!

  • thank you so much natti!

    – dougie1

  • Jervaulx
    Jervaulxabout 6 years ago

    Hi
    Another beautiful view, I love these falls and as they are so close I should go and see them more often.
    J.

  • could always pick you up on the way through. and maybe you would know, heard there was a good one at masham?

    – dougie1

  • Lesley  Hill
    Lesley Hillabout 6 years ago

    Nice shot! Stunning location!

  • tnx leslie!

    – dougie1

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneabout 6 years ago

    Sure is a beautiful scene, Dougie!

  • thanks everso mel!

    – dougie1

  • Angel Perry
    Angel Perryabout 6 years ago

    stunning!

  • barnsis
    barnsisabout 6 years ago

    Beautiful, perfectly framed.

  • Jervaulx
    Jervaulxabout 6 years ago

    I don’t think there is a fall on the Ure at Masham, certainly not betweem Middleham and Masham as I know that section really well, there are one or two nice rocky sections and the Coverbridge section where the two rivers meet is interesting also the medieval Kilgram bridge at Jervaulx is picturesque but nothing I would call a waterfall. but I shall make enquiries there are sections on private land which I havn’t seen. Have you been to the Druids Temple not far from Masham.

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