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Hutton-le-Hole is one of the prettiest villages in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park. We drove through it after driving over the moors, en route to Helmsley Castle, subject of my most recent posts. As well as being a beautiful place to visit, it has a very good folk museum and in summer it is busy with tourists. On this November day it was so quiet we decided to stop and take some photos. The majority of the houses are now owned by people who just use them in the summer, and permanent residents are few in number. We only passed one couple strolling along all the time we were there and they looked like visitors too.
As the low sun this time of year was casting long shadows, it was really difficult to find a POV without my shadow in.

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