Dry stone walls above Askrigg

Shaun Whiteman

Preston, United Kingdom

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Taken with a Canon 50D, Sigma 17-70 lens at 25mm, F11, shutter speed 1/200 to 1/25 seconds ISO100, processed in Photomatix and tweaked in Photoshop

This shot was taken on the same walk around Askrigg where my previous shots were taken.

Viewers of the long-running BBC TV series All Creatures Great and Small will recognise Askrigg as the home of Skeldale House, where vet James Herriot lived. The Kings Arms made many appearances as the Drover’s Arms.

The village’s tall houses and narrow, cobbled streets are centred around St Oswald’s Church.

There are walks of all grades in the surrounding area and some wonderful views. Walk to Mill Gill Force or amble through the intriguing alleyways and reflect on the village’s past heritage of clock-making and hand-knitting.

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