Hackfall in Autumn
A massive thanks to volunteer photographer, David Rodway, who has forwarded us this wonderful short film of Hackfall in autumn.
Situated in a steep sided gorge and cutting through primarily rolling pasture, Hackfall is a semi-natural ancient woodland, near Masham, North Yorkshire. This stunning woodland has Grade I Listing as a historic park and garden with no less than four grade 2 listed follies, constructed within the woodland in the 18th Century by John Aislaby.
To experience how David’s fabulous film helps capture the essence and beauty of this iconic North Yorkshire woodland, click on the link below: