One of my favourite places, the view from Grinton Moor across to Reeth in Swaledale (Yorkshire Dales). I wrote in July about how I’m trying to give myself a theme each month for gathering inspiration. The first theme was skies and you can read the full post here. The theme I chose for August was heather moorlands (apologies I got rather behind with posting about the themes over the summer). We’ve got quite a few areas of moorland on the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors and they look stunning when the heather is in flower. Here are a few of the photographs I found.
If you are interested in finding out more about the different types of heather and how heather moorland is managed, have a look at these two pages from the National Parks:
The September theme will be trees, so look out for a post about that (hopefully before the end of September!)