The pictures here are all from yesterday. The weather is awful. Very windy, raw cold and the precipitation covers it’s full repertoire, rain, hail, sleet and snow. I am having a day in.
After a grand first walk yesterday we went out again………the magic had disappeared and though dry the light was very flat.
We wandered on to Saint Margaret’s church.
This is relatively modern and was completed in 1851. There was a much smaller church sited about where I’m standing. I like this church. Some I go in and they feel peaceful and welcoming this is one of them.
This I have snapped on several previous occasions, this is far from perfect but the best yet. The Millennium Window I see the Ribblehead viaduct. A Shepherd, Gayle Beck, the river Ure and the market. The window commemorates three hundred years of markets in Hawes or to be pedantic the Tercentenary of Hawes Market Charter. I’ll get back here when the light is better.
Tomorrow or possibly this afternoon I’m going waterfalling as the becks are full to overflowing. I will try to stop dry.
That’s all for today.