Cresswell Crags is an impressive ravine cut through limestone and was used as a place of shelter during the last Ice Age. There are several caves which you can be shown around for a small fee.
Beautiful nature image itself. The creek is soooo nice to look at.Good use of leading line here too
Creeks like that one are what I look for on my hikes.
Not far from my home in Nottinghamshire this area is always worth a visit with its pre-history history! have you been in the caves?
I see hints of green growth on the banks, and the water is my favorite shade of blue!
Streams are always beautiful when the water is flowing.They are alive.
We have a similar looking spot about 50 kms from my home. That place is called Mulshi.My First ComputerBirdhouses, Birdfeeders, Birdbath
That whole scene looks like a good place to enjoy some solitude and get lost in thought.
Well composed image makes the stream look beautiful...Thomas
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