I have a load of photos stacked up from various trips over the last month that I have been meaning to post. This batch made it as far as a draft last week, but never got any further. Ah well! I'll try to catch up this month.
On the way back from Cumbria at the end of March, we stopped off for lunch at Aysgarth in Yorkshire because we spotted a water fall marked on the map. The water fall turned out to be a series, and we only made it as far as the gentle upper fall.
This is St. Andrews Church, on a hill overlooking the falls:
And of marquetry on the end of one of the built-in seats:
Looking down from the top of the falls:
This waterfall is all of about two feet high - not exactly Niagara! A very pretty setting though.
Looking up the falls from the road: