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Although the smallest of the Yorkshire Three Peaks, Pen y ghent 694m has an interesting watershed role in the landscape of northern England. Rainfall run-off from the summit drains east into the Humber Basin and the North Sea, and west into the River Ribble and the Irish Sea. Beneath the capping gritstone geology lies a thick bed of limestone. Rainwater sinks into cracks and fissures of this landscape forming a vast system of underground caves with chasms, chambers and waterfalls.

Photograph by Jeanie Lazenby

About Jeanie Lazenby

Jeanie is a photograper with a passion for being outdoors capturing what
Mother Nature offers us. Her favourite genre is landscape photography and she is at her happiest in her wellies and waterproofs
on the coast or amongst the hills.

Jeanie does not do much by way of post-processing, preferring instead to wait patiently and capture the view in front of her,
in camera, with the assistance of neutal density filters. The fun for her is capturing the moment... and you may see her jumping
up and down like an excited child at Christmas when it all comes together and she gets the shot.

In 2018 Jeanie was delighted to be chosen as overall winner in the Landscape category of Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year,
as well as also winning the Spring section of the Four Seasons category in the same competition.

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