Sunday, May 26, 2013

North Yorkshire in late spring

A typical Yorkshire lane, smell the freshness of burgeoning leaves even if there is a sharp nip to the air.


Small woods everywhere, some with bluebells



Wind anemones on the bank with  ransoms below.


My migrating insect occasionally appears on the lense, the moor in all it rough state


Wade's Stone North

Curious sheep by the stone

This is my favourite nursery and proves you can grow flowers in the cold north. Old fashioned plants raised plus a  restaurant by the River Esk,  between Ruswarp and Sleights,take your cheque book they don't have a machine...




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