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Ingleborough

Heading towards Ingleton and looking back towards Ingleborough. I had been on the summit a few hours earlier but never saw a thing  ) A shot from late December 2014.

Ingleborough

Heading towards Ingleton and looking back towards Ingleborough. I had been on the summit a few hours earlier but never saw a thing  ) A shot from late December 2014.

comments (12)

the clouds always lift when you are on the way down...
Alan: Isn't that always the way!
I've been around here on days like this, Alan...B****Y cold, and damp! Great shot, including the sign like that.
Alan: Much like this, then! if I'd not had my GPS with me, I would have missed the trig point on the summit; you could not see it from more than 12ft away.
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 16 Feb 2017, 03:43
You have fitted a lot into this frame, Alan...all of it good and evocative!
Alan: A very important day in my life; the end of my Three Peak Challenge. One idiot has done it in 8hr or so but its taken me 40 years.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 16 Feb 2017, 07:02
What a lonely hillscape - but you are not alone.
Alan: A very popular peak even on a day like this. Very eerie on top; you could voices but not seen anyone until you almost run into them.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 16 Feb 2017, 07:03
You must be in heaven in places like this, especially, as it looks here, if the temperatures are hovering just below freezing..
Alan: A perfect day.; little risk of heat stroke.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 16 Feb 2017, 11:14
I think this is one of the places where the weather changes every moment.... and yes these places will not give you a heatstroke.... LOVE the view.
Alan: It's a beautiful part of the world. It;s hard not to keep being drawn back there smile
If it is wet at least it is not freezing.
Alan: A dusting of snow on the feels and it certainly was freezing on the summit.
Julia Bradbury walked Pen-Y-Ghent in one of her programmes recently, it was similar to this with lovely views.
Alan: Yes, I saw that programme. There was a lot more water flowing in to Hull Pot than there as on my visit to Pen-Y-Ghent.
Great view from here though Alan.
Alan: Sometimes you have stop and look back o get some great views. It's all too easy to press on with head down.
We stayed in Ingleton on holiday a few years back. In the summer in our case.
  • CherryPie
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 16 Feb 2017, 23:36
It looks stunning!
Wonderful shot, Alan! I think I remember other shots from this "walk"...

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