Tuesday, 23 March 2010

Bivi Cave, Attermire

Bivi Cave, Attermire

In Walks in Limestone Country, Wainwright describes Bivi Cave as a small cave so snug and dry a refugé in wet weather that one regrets going past on a fine day.

Personally I think the nearby Spider Cave is a much better place to shelter. :-)

11 comments:

VanillaSeven said...

Beautiful scenery indeed. Would love to see how inside the cave looks like :)

Poetic Shutterbug said...

That cave is very alluring, just the mystery of it all. Beautiful photo.

FishHawk said...

The well-worn path leading to it is kinda cool. Is that rock wall from ancient times or something more recently made?

RBerenguel said...

I'd also like to see it closer to the entry... or even what the insides look like!

Alterity Button Jewelry said...

Beautiful! looks so peaceful there :)

The Ancient Digger said...

I like the perspective on the picture. A very odd site.

Grace said...

Wow - I'm not much of an outdoor person but that looks so pretty...

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

What an awesome place! rocks, wall, cave, green stuff! I want to come.

John | English Wilderness said...

FishHawk, the walls are probably 200-300 years old.

Here are a couple of pictures of the inside to satisfy the curious ;-)

Stefan said...

Amazing! What an interesting area, somewhere I'd love to visit one day.

xWTSx said...

amazing cave and grt shot

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