FOR THE GREAT EXPERIENCE:
On our way back from the beautiful North-Yorkshire Heritage Coast, the haze made for a very soft pastel sunset, the winding road regales you with some amazing views, a surprise around each bend, up and down through The Yorkshire Wolds.
The Yorkshire Wolds are low hills in the East Riding of Yorkshire in North-Eastern England. The name also applies to the district in which the hills lie. On the western edge the Wolds rise to an escarpment which then drops sharply to the Vale of York. The highest point on the escarpment is Bishop Wilton Wold (also known as Garrowby Hill), which is 246 metres (807 feet) above sea level. To the north, on the other side of the Vale of Pickering lie the North York Moors, and to the east the hills flatten into the plain of Holderness.
I enhanced this image Blue to create even more emotion... the so very important ingredient in a photograph.
Have a fine day and thanx for your visit and comments, M, (*_*)