This is a Yorkshire waterfall with a difference – because it’s not always there! But when there’s been heavy rain and Hull Pot Waterfall is in full flow it’s definitely worth a visit! Hull Pot is an easy walk from … Continue reading Yorkshire Waterfalls 8 – Hull Pot
We’d just like to wish all of our workshop participants, website visitors and blog followers a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year for 2020. Many thanks if you’ve been on a workshop this year and we look forward to … Continue reading Happy Christmas!
If you’re in Yorkshire you may have seen the delightful Yorkshire Walks programme with Shanaz Gulzar taking the route from Bolton Abbey up to Simon’s Seat on BBC1 last night (if not it’s showing again on BBC4 on 5th December). … Continue reading Yorkshire Waterfalls 7 – Posforth Gill
With a weather forecast for light showers and low winds we arrived at West Burton armed with a full set of brollies but hopeful for some great light for waterfall photography and settled in to the comfort of the Fox … Continue reading Workshop Report – Aysgarth October 2019
This lovely waterfall is situated on Crimsworth Dean Beck near Hebden Bridge and is worth a look at any time of year, but with the shortening days signalling the imminent arrival of autumn it’s a good one to visit as … Continue reading Yorkshire Waterfalls 6 – Lumb Hole Falls
With all the recent thunderstorms, heavy rain and flooding in the Yorkshire Dales we were a little concerned in the week leading up to our August visit to Malham, but the forecast for the workshop itself stayed pretty static predicting … Continue reading Workshop Report – Malham August 2019
We’ve mentioned West Burton Waterfall (also known as Cauldron Force) numerous times on the blog – Sam had a look at the ever changing Cauldron Force last year, examining how different it looks on each visit. However, it’s such a … Continue reading Yorkshire Waterfalls 5 – West Burton Falls