The moors between Swaledale and Wensleydale early on Saturday morning under a light dusting of snow.
Sunday morning cloud shadows from the road less travelled between my valley and next.
January fells under a hazy winter sun
A little bit of late autumn weather on the moors above the valley this morning.
A few pictures of the heather under the uncharacteristic English bank holiday sunshine.
what the heck, they’ll all be over in a week. This is a little wood above the road through the dale, just catching the early morning light for the benefit of folks on bikes who can see over the bank and who don’t sleep much.
Sorry, more bluebells I’m afraid, but in my defence it is kind of a special time of year, there seems to be a better than average spread of these this spring, there are few things to lift an English person’s heart as much as a bluebell wood in May and I’ve been stuck indoors all week so staggering out blinking in to the early morning sunlight today is like coming up for air.