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This is the last of my Esk reflection pictures, taken on the same day as the others in Arncliffe Woods at Glaisdale in the North Yorkshire National Park. See here and here for more information.
The source of the River Esk is near Westerdale in the North York Moors National Park. A series of becks known as the Esklets merge to form the river. The majority of the River Esk, downstream of the Esklets, has very good water quality attracting salmon, sea trout, dippers and otters. It enters the sea at Whitby and is the only major river in Yorkshire to enter the North Sea.

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