Posted by: mynaturaldiary | August 29, 2010

Deep set amang the heathery hills

Purple Heather carpets the North York Moors, with the green paths standing out at a distance.

Tucked away on Guisborough Moor, the green vale of Sleddale is especially prominent.

Peacock butterflies feed on the Heather.

Peacock (Nymphalis io)

Speckled Woods fly in the forest.

Speckled Wood (Pararge aegeria)

Dragonflies also reside in the trees and bushes.

The late summer flowers attract Hoverflies.

The harvest is full.

And crops are not the only flowers coming to seed.

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