Thursday, 2 July 2009

Hunt Pot, Yorkshire Dales

11 comments:

Dorothy L said...

That is such a very vast and beautiful stretch of land. Your photo delivers a very real feeling!

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Though desolate, the greenery gives it life. Very nice photo.

PJ said...

wow, that is really cool! i haven't ever seen anything like that before. thanks!

Kirigalpoththa said...

That looks a very interesting place. Tks for sharing!

Ratty said...

A very beautiful place. I would be drawn toward that hole, probably because I find places like that confining and a little scary.

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

That's very interesting, John... What causes those? Underground caverns that fall in?

Meghann LittleStudio said...

Now that is really neat....is it erosion in limestone or chalk that causes those? Just like Sharkbytes, I'd love to know how that occurs :)

John | English Wilderness said...

This one is formed by a small stream eroding limestone along a vertical fault. The Entrance is over 20m deep, so I haven't been able to explore it. Nearby is Hull Pot.

earthtoholly.com said...

Wow. This looks like fun to explore, but also quite dangerous. Very cool formation.

turisuna said...

Wow it's beautiful and feels mystical, amazing !

Ricky Peterson said...

Nice pics. Yorkshire is a wide-spanning wonderous landscapes,it is famous for hiking, mountain biking and horseback ride. Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors are two national parks.Pennine Way is the oldest National Trail is also great to engage in geocaching.The latest adaptation of the traditional treasure hunt where outdoor thrill seekers furnished with GPS get to explore the adventures of the countryside. For more details refer Yorkshire Dales

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