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Photographer's Note

This photo of Malham Cove was taken during a holiday to Yorkshire, in 1992.

Malham is a small village in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Besides being the inspiration for Charles Kingsley's classic children's novel, The Water Babies, the area around Malham is perhaps most famous as featuring some of the finest and most spectacular limestone scenery in the country.

Malham Cove is a huge natural limestone cliff just north of Malham which forms part of the Craven Fault and was once the scene of a spectacular prehistoric waterfall.

Tech: Scanned, brightness -3, contrast +12, Resized for TE and sharpened.

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