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Jervaulx Park and the ruins of Jervaulx Abbey in Wensleydale in North Yorkshire.
OLYMPUS E500ZUIKO 4/3 14-45mm
jervaulx park, jervaulx abbey, wensleydale, north yorkshire, ruin, monastery, cistercian, england, watscapephoto, steven watson
WatscapePhoto is Steve Watson fromHeadingley, Leeds, UKThis image is © Steven F Watson 2011
A beautiful capture and of a great pastrol scene dear Steve.x
Thank you very much, Catherine.
You say Wensleydale, I hear cheese ;D This is a gorgeous looking place, lovely shot.
The recipe for the cheese was developed in this abbey by the monks but after the dissolution the secret was passed on to local farmers who continued to make the cheese. in the last century production was centred in Hawes. The Hawes Creamery was closed by the owners in 1992 at production was destined to take place in Lancashire (Shock, horror). A management buy-out forestalled this and the cheese is still produced at Hawes in Wensleydale.
Beautiful Scene Steve Great capture
Many thanks, Maggie – and fpr the fave.
Gorgeous capture! Very nice work!
Thank you very much, James.
Tee hee, we’re not that bad over here…we’ve got our own cheese for now though. :D
LOL. Very nice it is too but how would you feel about you Lancashire cheese being made in Yorkshire? ;-)
great work, beautiful scene!
Many thanks, Charmiene.
Thanks also for the fave.
another bucolic Yorkshire scene Steve — you must have quite a photo library by now!
Thank you very much, Harry. Yes, over 1600 images on RB alone. ;-)
Beautiful picture Steven and the larger view is really great,,,,,nice work,,,,,Cheers !!
Many thanks, Pat.