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The Dry Valley of Watlowes, Yorkshire
England

The valley was cut by floodwater during a time when underground water remained frozen for much of the year after the end of the Ice Age. At its uppen end  is a 'dry' waterfall.

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Uploaded: 02/09/2011
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Tags: england; summer; uk; yorkshire; dales; rocks; geology; valley; waterfall
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