Mixed Media – Tempera and Ink, on cartridge paper.
Size – 84 × 60cms
To the north of the Mid Craven Fault in the Malham Formation is Gordale Scar, which was carved as a meltwater channel beneath the Devensian ice-sheet. The sides of this gorge overhang to a considerable extent, suggesting that there was once a great cavern, the roof of which has subsequently collapsed.
A popular site within the Yorkshire National Park for visitors,walkers and climbers.
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FEATURED in the groups:
- ‘Landscape Painting’ on 18th December 2009
- ‘British Painters’ on 9th December 2009