Reblogged from Walking with a Smacked Pentax:
I have been spending a lot of time on the beautiful North Yorkshire moors recently, specifically around the lovely village of Pickering. There is so much to explore, and not knowing the area much it is really exciting studying maps and going off for the day to see what is there. The moors are huge, and bleak and covered in ancient artefacts and interesting things. Just what I love.
One of the places on my list was the Bronze Age stone circle called High Bridestones. I knew it was badly damaged, but I still needed to visit it – and fortunately the heather had previously been burnt back, so nice and short.
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