Ingleborough and Whernside from White Scars


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Limestone pavement above the town of Ingleton in North Yorkshire protrudes from grassy moorland.   The unusual rock formation is caused by glacial erosion, the deep cracks are referred to as grikes and the flat areas of stone are called clints.  Inglebrough, on the right, and Whernside, to the left, loom on the horizon beyond a lone hawthorn tree (Crataegus monogyna).  Stratocumulus clouds come down to meet the mountains, just obscuring their highest reaches.

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