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As I mentioned in the note to my other photo from this area, the waterfalls in this area are called "forces" after the Norse word foss, meaning waterfall.
This is yet another waterfall in Yorkshire Dales National Park along the Swaledale. This one is called Kisdon Force but since it is located very shortly after the East Gill Force, I noticed that it is sometimes called Lower East Gill Force. I suppose it is hard to figure out what you are staring at if every few steps there is a waterfall.
Yorkshire Dales National Park is located just south from the more famous Lake District National Park. It does not have the lakes and the hills are a bit lower here, but as the name indicates, it has several very picturesque dales. The access to this park is less convenient than to the Lake District, which makes it much less visited and less popular.

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