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Nikon D60, 18-55 lens

This was taken at the top of Malham Cove in North Yorkshire, UK. Malham Cove is about 80 metres high and 300 metres wide. It is made of carboniferous limestone formed after the last ice age and this is what makes the wonderful limestone pavement for which it is also famous. There used to be a massive waterfall which went over the top and led to it’s large curved shape. Of course none of this can be seen from this photo!

I’m a Wexford woman currently living in Spain. I love photography and am still getting to grips with my Nikon D60, my first dSLR. I also use a Lumix point and shoot. I nearly always have a camera with me and like to document the everyday things around me. My other love is travel therefore much of my photography is travel related. As an amateur photographer I’m always trying to improve my work and learn how to take better shots. It is indeed a great hobby, one that brings me much pleasure.

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  • MaryinMaine
    MaryinMaineover 2 years ago

  • Tracie Louise
    Tracie Louiseabout 2 years ago

    That actually looks a little scary :) But what an incredible view. Well done.

  • Thanks. It wasn’t quite as scary as it looks as there were more rocks out of sight below this one so not quite a sheer drop from here! I don’t think either of us would have gone that near the edge! But I think it looks good! The view was just amazing and was well worth the climb (via steps) to get up there.

    – Kate Fortune

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