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Details of our December grotto here http://www.whitescarcave.co.uk/christmas
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Third from left is Christopher Francis Drake Long, who in 1923 discovered White Scar Cave
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Ice Cave From Above - Photography by Luca Benini lucabeniniphography.com #ice #cave #iceland  
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The holidays are over, so we open weekends only in January.  We resume seven day opening on 1st February
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Heather in Bloom on Nought Moor

On to processing the heather images from around pateley Bridge last month now.  Here's on from Nought Moor looking up Nidderdale towards Pateley Bridge.

Canon EOS 5D MkII, EF17-40mm f/4L USM at 21mm, ISO 100, 1/13s at f22

© 2014 Mark Sunderland www.marksunderland.com
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a tourist exploring a ice cave in Iceland
Location: iceland
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Remember how summer was when you were knee high to a grasshopper? All those endless weeks ready to be stuffed full of outdoor adventures. Bet you miss those days?

Well you’re not the only one. Nature misses them too, it wants its people back! That’s why we’ve put together a list of 50 things you can do with your family to get back in touch with the great outdoors. So why not gather up your children, grandchildren, nephews and nieces and join us on our mission to show nature we still care: http://bit.ly/1oXZChu #50things
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We have today signed up for Meltwater Buzz. This offers (among many other functions) an intriguing and informative feature termed a 'word cloud'

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Flowers of the Dales Festival returns... by popular demand http://is.gd/i93K3S 
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Naturally, we here at White Scar Cave spend a lot of our time underground. This produces strange effects. One of these is heightened awareness of the sky, the sun, planets and stars. We always mark the winter solstice, which for troglodytes is the turning point of the year
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