August 19, 2004

Over hill and dale

A trip to the Yorshire Dales was just what I needed to brush away a few cobwebs. Following a lot of heavy rain, water was gushing everywhere, the rivers were swollen and the roads still quite flooded in places. Based in the village of Thwaite it was great to unwind and enjoy some Yorkshire hospitality. Needless to say, we didn't go hungry! Despite being completely kitted out for torrential downpours we managed to walk without any rain, and it was great just to drink in the scenery. We passed a small herd of Highland cattle and I fell in love!l It was just the cutest cow I have ever seen.

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  1. Robert O'Toole

    Great pictures. Lovely cattle. Will you have one at home? And what camera did you use? The water on rocks picture is very sharp, must have a fast shutter speed.

    20 Aug 2004, 08:15

  2. Not sure a Highland cow would make the best pet. Very cute though, I love the blonde fringe :)

    20 Aug 2004, 09:02

  3. Hannah Jamieson

    I thought a small herd of blonde fringed cattle might liven up the neighborhood, although probably not too good for the lawn. I used my new Canon S60 - pocket sized compact, lots of auto settings plus full manual controls like the Canon 300 SLR. I think I used the motion setting for the water on the rock.

    20 Aug 2004, 10:01

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