The Malham Cove limestone formation was once known as "Dry Valley" in England. But God had a new plan for this majestic rock composition, and all it involved was adding water.
And this water, from heavy rains of Storm Desmond, made the 260-foot-tall beauty briefly become England's biggest unbroken waterfall. Alan Hulme, Yorkshire Dales National Park’s head of ranger services, said the water systems were so full of rain that it began to flow over the cove.
"It was truly amazing," Hulme said.
Perhaps even more astounding is that the last time water flowed down the cove may have been as far back as the Ice Age.
"We may never know," Hulme said.