Malham Cove, Malhamdale, North Yorkshire
Malham Cove is one of the most spectacular pieces of limestone scenery in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. At the end of the ice age, a huge meltwater waterfall fell over the cliff. As the temperature rose, and the water found other routes through limestone caves, and the waterfall dried up, leaving the impressive cliffs we see today. The photograph was taken in the summer time to highlight the contrast between the white limestone and the attractive greens of the Yorkshire Dales countryside.