On a recent trip to Yorkshire we ventured out with friends to trek Gordale Scar gulley and Malham Cove limestone pavement. It was a brilliant walk, with much to see, including Peregrine Falcons circling and swooping on the rising air.
Towards the end of the walk we had a little time in Malham village, just enough to be able to quickly, and slightly uncomfortably, sit on a stone wall to sketch the old bridge over the peaceful little river. A flirty Dipper paid a visit too, perched on a stone and ducking into the clear water to catch its meal.
My favourite black Tombow, water brush and fineliner once again did the honours on my A5 W&N sketchbook (I’m gradually getting used to the ridiculously smooth paper). Happy days.