Taken with a Canon 50D, Sigma 10-20 lens at 10mm, F22, ISO100, shutter speed 0.5 to 1/125 seconds, edited in Photomatix tweaked in Photoshop
Sorry about the lack of sharpness, this was hand held in a gale force wind!!
Conistone, which it is said means ‘farmstead of cows’ or ‘Kings Manor’ is a charming and quiet village hidden away from the main road to the east of Wharfedale. It was mentioned in the Domesday book as Cunestune. Conistone Dib is a narrow gorge, which was created by post-glacial floodwater, and leads upwards from the village green, through Gurling Trough, to an area of spectacular limestone scenery.