Kettlewell


The first time I encountered this tiny Dales village about 30 miles northwest of Leeds was early 2005. I had been driving Graham's car (thanks Graham!) through a snowy pass and descended down a very steep and narrow road.



December 2009: A snowy field on the road to Arncliff. Love the paw prints!
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Narrow pass: Nearing the top of the narrow road between Kettlewell and Middleham, up the Great Whernside. This was taken with a Nikon FM and a 50mm, fingers frozen.
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Postcard: Taken in the Easter snow from the top of the Great Whernside, with a Fuji S5 and the 17-35mm.
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Snowy view: Taken in the opposite direction to the one above, this is the view towards the East.
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Yours truly in the snow: The brisk climb to the top really warmed me up.
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