The main destination for today was White Scar Cave, which proved to be much more about being in the space than photographing - the tour moved too fast for careful camera work, and the lighting was either too dim, or too harsh in most locations. The above image is one of the few I managed to make successfully - a wall of flowstone.
Once out of the cave, I spent a while photographing the rock formations that surrounded the valley; I would have loved to have had the time to clamber around and work with better light in the space, but the clock was ticking, and the drive south was calling.
Digital original, 5 frame stich
The last image I made before packing up the car and heading into the Dales proper was of the Ribblehead Viaduct, which was the perfect foreground for the rolling Yorkshire hills behind.