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brianparry68 Another shot from Gordale Scar, looking up at the waterfalls 1h

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brianparry68 Been a while since I posted a track shot so I thought I'd pop one in before the leaves disappear off the trees 1d

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brianparry68 Long, thin vertical stripes of tress on a steep bank and me 3d

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brianparry68 This little fellow is enjoying his lunch 4d

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brianparry68 Out with the family at Malham. Malham is a small village at the southern base of the Yorkshire Dales. It's a pretty place, surrounded by limestone dry-stone walls and Malham Beck running right through the middle of the village. 6d

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brianparry68 Light reflections across the Menai Strait, Wales 1w

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brianparry68 Another shot of the full moon the other night when it was high in the sky and lighting up the surroundings 1w

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brianparry68 Making the most of the colour before Autumn arrives 1w

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brianparry68 Large reddish moon early this morning as it neared the horizon 1w
  •   brianparry68 @dewridge Thank you and although pollution may have an effect it will happen naturally. It's the way light passes through the atmosphere and your angle of view. The blue and green light gets scattered by the atmosphere when you view it when it's close to the horizon whereas more red light gets through. Same effect as the red sunset, hope that helps 5d
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  •   brianparry68 @crafternickie Thank you, really glad you like it 5d
  •   dewridge Genius! Of course it's light, everything is light. Thank you 5d
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brianparry68 Swallows are notoriously difficult to shoot in flight so when I spotted this one taking a break whilst contemplating his long trip south, I seized the opportunity 2w

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brianparry68 The magical waterfall at Janet's Foss, Malham, North Yorkshire 2w

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brianparry68 The Limestone pavement at Malham Cove, North Yorkshire is a large area of deeply eroded limestone of a strange pattern rarely seen in England. Situated at the top of the cove it looks out over the Village of Malham. Filming for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows took place in the area and In the Harry & Hermione set up camp on the Limestone Pavement 2w

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brianparry68 Tenacious tree standing proud on the top of Malham Cove, North Yorkshire 🌳 2w

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brianparry68 Reverse view of a previously posted shot at Bodnant Garden in North Wales 🌳 2w

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brianparry68 Gordale Scar is a dramatic limestone ravine just north of Malham, North Yorkshire. It contains waterfalls and has overhanging limestone cliffs over 100 metres high 2w

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brianparry68 Don't get much chance to shoot stars near home as we notoriously get our fair share of rain so clear skies can be rare and also we suffer from light pollution. A weekend away camping gave me an opportunity to try shooting stars for the first time. Harder than it looks but can't wait to try again, they can only get better 3w

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brianparry68 Spotted a six spot burnet whilst out on a walk 3w

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brianparry68 Moelfre lifeboat coxswain Dic Evans is one of the few sailors ever to have won the Royal National Lifeboat Institution gold medal for bravery twice.

Richard (Dic) was born in a small cottage overlooking the sea at Moelfre, Anglesey. His father, William Evans, was a sea captain and member of the Moelfre liveboat crew, as had been Dic's uncle and both his grandfathers.

In 1954 Dic was asked to became coxswain of the Moelfre lifeboat after his uncle John Matthews, himself recipient of the silver RNLI medal, retired.

He received his first gold medal for bravery from the RNLI when he helped rescue the stricken Hindlea on October 27 1959. In a hurricane, with winds gusting up to 104mph, Dic and his crew rescued the crew of the Hindlea as 48 foot waves pounded the lifeboat.

Dic won his second gold medal at the age of 61, for his efforts to help save the crew of the Greek freighter Nafsiporos, which had lost power in a cyclone and was drifting dangerously close to the notorious Skerries islands off Holyhead. His own son David and Holyhead lifeboat were also involved in the rescue.
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brianparry68 Came across this scary tree with a mean looking face on the biggest branch I've ever seen 3w

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