Lovely day out to Brimham Rocks, discovering that I don't know how cameras work haha. Even so, it was nice to finally use it outside after a year of buying it and doing absolutely nothing with it. .
Brimham Rocks are a collection of rocks scattered across 50 acres of moor near Pateley Bridge in North Yorkshire. Maintained by the National Trust, the rocks are open to public viewing 365 days a year from dawn until dusk.
Geologists have dated the rocks at around 320 million years old.
Over time nature has carved the rocks into weird and wonderful shapes, earning them nicknames such as the Sphinx, the Eagle, Idol rock, the Turtle, the Camel and the Dancing Bear. The rock shapes we see today were most likely formed by erosion during the last glacial period, which occurred from around 110,000 to 10,000 years ago.