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Highcliff and Bousdale Hill

Zoe and I have been spending a few days at my father's house in Guisborough, North Yorkshire. We have been walking on the Cleveland Hills (the northwestern scarp of the North York Moors) on most days. Here are two of the many photos I have taken. 

First, Highcliff as seen from Bousdale Hill:

Second, Bousdale Hill as seen from Highcliff:

Bousdale Hill is the long, flat hill coming in from the left in the middle distance.  My father's house is just off the right-hand side of the photo, midway between top and bottom.

Photos taken on 2009-08-08 and 2009-08-06, respectively.

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