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SD6648 : Heather moorland, Birkett Fell by Karl and Ali Heather moorland, Birkett Fell by Karl and Ali
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The heather in the foreground is very short and was probably burned a few... (more)
SD6648 : Blooming heather on Kitcham Hill by Karl and Ali Blooming heather on Kitcham Hill by Karl and Ali
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It's a bit of a struggle through deep heather and bilberry to reach... (more)
NO2799 : Purple heather and yellow saxifrage by Alan O'Dowd Purple heather and yellow saxifrage by Alan O'Dowd
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Wild moorland plants by the side of the Crathie to Gairnshiel road.
SE0806 : Bilberry patch above Hey Clough by Christine Johnstone Bilberry patch above Hey Clough by Christine Johnstone
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Quite a change from all the heather. Emley TV mast is on the far horizon.
SE8494 : Sheep in heather by Pauline E Sheep in heather by Pauline E
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Smell it? I'm sitting in it! A single sheep rests amongst the... (more)
SE8693 : Heather at its best by Pauline E Heather at its best by Pauline E
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View along Long Side from Newgate Brow with the heather at its flowering best.
NZ8513 : Heather tumbling down the cliff by Pauline E Heather tumbling down the cliff by Pauline E
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Sparse vegetation on the cliff gets a sudden burst of colour in August... (more)
NZ8513 : Heather-clad clifftop, Sandsend by Pauline E Heather-clad clifftop, Sandsend by Pauline E
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A short deviation from the Cleveland Way to enjoy the heather.
SD6748 : Trees on Kitcham Hill, Birkett Fell by Karl and Ali Trees on Kitcham Hill, Birkett Fell by Karl and Ali
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A fringe of Scots pines and a grand display of heather lend a touch of... (more)
SD6540 : Heather moorland, Longridge Fell by Karl and Ali Heather moorland, Longridge Fell by Karl and Ali
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Acres and acres of purple bloom, vivid even on an overcast day. In the... (more)
NZ6402 : Footpath down the north side of Howdale Hill by Christine Johnstone Footpath down the north side of Howdale Hill by Christine Johnstone
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With burnt heather on one side, and growing heather on the other.
SE6896 : Heather still blooming by Pauline E Heather still blooming by Pauline E
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Most of the heather is now fading to brown.
Tags: plant:Heather   MoorX   top:MoorlandX   national park:North York MoorsX   county:North YorkshireX   top:UplandsX   top:Wild Animals, Plants and MushroomsX  
NT6063 : Heather and cotton sedge by M J Richardson Heather and cotton sedge by M J Richardson
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Looking southwest across the valley of the Faseny Water
NZ6401 : Burnt heather on Howdale Hill by Christine Johnstone Burnt heather on Howdale Hill by Christine Johnstone
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Makes for easier walking when you can't find the path!
NZ6401 : Boundary stone on Howdale Hill by Christine Johnstone Boundary stone on Howdale Hill by Christine Johnstone
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The burnt heather follows the approximate line of the political boundary,... (more)
NZ6402 : Public footpath passing through burnt heather by Christine Johnstone Public footpath passing through burnt heather by Christine Johnstone
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On the north side of Howdale Hill, looking towards Westerdale.
NY9800 : Grouse butts below Barras End by Christine Johnstone Grouse butts below Barras End by Christine Johnstone
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Part of a line running northwest - southeast.
NY9801 : Sunken grouse butt, below the bridleway by Christine Johnstone Sunken grouse butt, below the bridleway by Christine Johnstone
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One of a line running southwest - northeast.
NY9702 : Bridleway at Wetshaw Bottom by Christine Johnstone Bridleway at Wetshaw Bottom by Christine Johnstone
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Clearly used by motor vehicles, presumably for the grouse shooting.
NY9702 : Disused sheepfold at Surrender Ground by Christine Johnstone Disused sheepfold at Surrender Ground by Christine Johnstone
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With a fine view of distant Arkengarthdale.
NY9702 : Bridleway at Wetshaw Bottom by Christine Johnstone Bridleway at Wetshaw Bottom by Christine Johnstone
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On the horizon, smoke from the fire near Wensleydale, seen two days... (more)
NY9602 : Animal management at Great Pinseat by Christine Johnstone Animal management at Great Pinseat by Christine Johnstone
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These open trays of what looks like cat litter are dotted all over these... (more)
TQ1044 : On the Crest of a Ridge by Colin Smith On the Crest of a Ridge by Colin Smith
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In the Hurt Wood, Greensand Ridge country with dry valleys, sandy tracks,... (more)
Tags: plant:GorseX   plant:Heather   TrackX   top:Wild Animals, Plants and MushroomsX  
NY9601 : Bridleway alongside Hard Level Gill by Christine Johnstone Bridleway alongside Hard Level Gill by Christine Johnstone
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Bending up towards Level House Bridge.
NY9700 : Small bridge across Mill Gill by Christine Johnstone Small bridge across Mill Gill by Christine Johnstone
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Not carrying a mapped footpath, but providing useful access to the west... (more)
NY9700 : Cyclists approaching Old Gang Smelting Mill by Christine Johnstone Cyclists approaching Old Gang Smelting Mill by Christine Johnstone
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This old industrial track is now a bridleway popular with cyclists, walkers and runners.
SE7191 : Heather on Spaunton Moor by Pauline E Heather on Spaunton Moor by Pauline E
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The heather is turning the moors purple and it looks a treat. This is the... (more)
SE7292 : Heather dying back by Pauline E Heather dying back by Pauline E
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Still a flush of purple visible on the heather moorland. Permissive... (more)
Tags: plant:Heather   Heather MoorlandX   top:MoorlandX   top:PathsX   Permissive BridlewayX  
NO1806 : Path through the heather by Alan O'Dowd Path through the heather by Alan O'Dowd
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Approaching Glen Vale, with Bishop Hill on the right.
Tags: Bishop HillX   place:FifeX   FifeX   plant:Heather   Heather MoorX   Heather MoorlandX   Lomond HillsX   top:MoorlandX   top:PathsX   top:UplandsX  
NZ6402 : Public footpath on the west flank of the Nab by Christine Johnstone Public footpath on the west flank of the Nab by Christine Johnstone
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Heading up to the ridge, where it meets the other footpath flanking the... (more)
SD9494 : Fence along the watershed by Christine Johnstone Fence along the watershed by Christine Johnstone
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Separating Wensleydale's Askrigg Common from Swaledale's Oxnop Beck Head.
NY9800 : Lower and upper lead smelting flue by Christine Johnstone Lower and upper lead smelting flue by Christine Johnstone
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With the ruined chimney in the middle.
NY9800 : Animal trap on lower part of lead smelting flue by Christine Johnstone Animal trap on lower part of lead smelting flue by Christine Johnstone
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Presumably to catch mammals [rats?] that predate the grouse on this... (more)
NY9601 : Bridleway skirting a lead mining tip by Christine Johnstone Bridleway skirting a lead mining tip by Christine Johnstone
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Alongside Flincher Gill.
NY9700 : Ruined peat store, Old Gang Smelting Mill by Christine Johnstone Ruined peat store, Old Gang Smelting Mill by Christine Johnstone
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Described on the OS map as 'stone pillars' which is somehow... (more)
NY9700 : Informal paths leading to bridge by Christine Johnstone Informal paths leading to bridge by Christine Johnstone
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On the west side of Mill Gill [aka Old Gang Beck].
NY9800 : The track to Surrender Bridge by Christine Johnstone The track to Surrender Bridge by Christine Johnstone
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With Swaledale in the far distance.
NY9800 : Mill Gill or Old Gang Beck by Christine Johnstone Mill Gill or Old Gang Beck by Christine Johnstone
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Wriggling through a rocky bed.
SD9899 : Drystone zigzag by Christine Johnstone Drystone zigzag by Christine Johnstone
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Boundary wall on the south-west side of Mill Gill [aka Old Gang Beck].
SE0906 : Two-tone heather moorland by Christine Johnstone Two-tone heather moorland by Christine Johnstone
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Looking towards Good Bent End.
SE8392 : Sheephouse Rigg by Pauline E Sheephouse Rigg by Pauline E
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View towards Saltergate with the heather at its peak blooming period.
SE8494 : Small copper by Pauline E Small copper by Pauline E
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Lycaena phlaeas - seen here feeding on heather beside the Tabular Hills Walk.
SE8693 : Yellowing grass by Pauline E Yellowing grass by Pauline E
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View towards Blakey Topping across the heather and yellowing grass beside... (more)
SE8693 : Blooming heather along Newgate Brow by Pauline E Blooming heather along Newgate Brow by Pauline E
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Across the brow is the distinctive hill, Blakey Topping, an outlier of... (more)
NZ8513 : Small pond on the clifftop by Pauline E Small pond on the clifftop by Pauline E
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Surrounded by fleabane, heather and willowherb, amongst others. In the... (more)
Tags: CliffsX   top:CoastalX   plant:Common FleabaneX   plant:Heather   PointX   PondX   top:Rivers, Streams, DrainageX  
SE7193 : Shades of purple, Spindle Thorn by Pauline E Shades of purple, Spindle Thorn by Pauline E
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A lovely sight on Spaunton Moor at this time of year.
SX7575 : Towards Rippon Tor by Derek Harper Towards Rippon Tor by Derek Harper
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From Bagtor Down, looking up the slopes of heather and gorse.
Tags: national park:DartmoorX   plant:GorseX   plant:Heather   MoorlandX   top:MoorlandX   top:UplandsX  
SE7291 : Edge of the moor by Pauline E Edge of the moor by Pauline E
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Approaching Lastingham on the southern fringes of Spaunton Moor.
NY9630 : Ruin in the heather, Manor Gill by Karl and Ali Ruin in the heather, Manor Gill by Karl and Ali
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There is much evidence of former lead mining in the area so this building... (more)
SD2689 : Small rock outcrop on Woodland Fell by Karl and Ali Small rock outcrop on Woodland Fell by Karl and Ali
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The fell is a rugged little wilderness of bracken, heather and boggy... (more)
Tags: plant:BrackenX   FellsX   plant:Heather   top:MoorlandX   Outcropping RocksX   Rock OutcropX   top:Rocks, Scree, CliffsX   top:UplandsX  
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