Five years ago – before I became plagued with sciatica that still bedevils me – I was still able to walk 15 miles a day and more. This series of photos was taken in October 2016 on a Sunday morning jaunt with my local Ramblers group.
Malham is a small village in the picturesque Yorkshire Dales in the UK. From the path between Malham village and Janet’s Foss – the small waterfall shown in today’s Featured Photo..
The group walking in a line along the path from Janet’s Foss to Gorsdale Scar.
Gorsdale Scar: Formed from the limestone for which Malham is famous, the Scar features a small waterfall and, for roped rock climbers, a well-known challenge.
Today’s photo is one that I took of Janet’s Foss waterfall.
For all the shots in this series I used my now-dead Pentax K-50 16 MP camera with its 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 kit lens. That camera was my first dslr and my introduction to a more serious approach to photography.
The EXIF data were: 1/5 secs @ f/13 and 28.13 mm. The ISO was 400.