Norland Moor nr Sowerby Bridge, West Yorkshire, England. ISO 100, Various Shutter speeds but not over 500, No ND filters, 4K
Heartbeat was set in the village called Goathland about 7 miles or so South West of Whitby in North Yorkshire. Goathland is surrounded by moorland that, in places, looks like the moorland in the above video, so I see what you mean. However, Goathland is almost 70 miles away from Norland Moor.Reminds me of Heartbeat. The numerous sequences on the moors.
That you can see isn't the main quarry workings. The main quarry, well over half a kilometer away, has some power cables running through it carried by small pylons so I kept away from that area. What you can see is some ancient quarry workings but I have no idea what they quarried for or when they fell out of use...prolly long before I was born.Are those the remains of stone quarries ?
On Ilkley moor baa tat. I know the song well. Ilkley moor is roughly 25 miles (as the crow flies) away from me. Here is a video shot in September 2017 over Ilkley moor.Very nice.
I hope you were wearing a hat. My parents were from Lancashire and frequently sung about the moors " Baa Tat "
Beautiful scenery up there.
In a deep Lancashire/Yorkshire dialect...Indeed it was Ilkley Moor Baa Tat.
It looks a lovely place for a walk. If I ever come up there I'll bring my hat.
I live on the south coast now so I'll explain to anyone not sure: " Baa Tat" translates to " Bout Hat" which of course means " without hat "