Malham Cove is a wonderful place in Yorkshire. Very popular amongst walkers and sight seers alike. I have been here a few times before to admire Yorkshires great beauty. Behind the cove is where I managed to capture the lightning strikes. We also took images of the tarn. On this occasion we went to photograph the waterfall. Not something you hear about the cove. For the first time in approx 300 years the waterfall had come to life. The height of the waterfall was 80m (260 Ft), making it the single drop waterfall in England. It was spectacular to witness. But it came at a cost. The floods have caused plenty heartache and stress. I’m not going to go into too much detail as it on the home page. I’m doing my part by giving all proceedings from the sales of the image to charity. It will help rebuild peoples lives, so far we have approx £1200, and I wish we can reach £5k. Its not hard, it can be done. As a reward for your kindness you will receive a print only or framed print. The frames are personally hand delivered by myself. This gives me the chance to personally meet you and thank you for your generosity. I have met many people over this weekend and I am now handing this over to them. Please let the rest know in the comments how you feel about the image, and what they can do to help.