Erm. It's more impressive than our tree I suppose. And given my feelings about natural trees these days I shouldn't be too hard on it. Hedgehogs don't *really* climb that high though, do they? And, is that an angel or a mutant moth? Never mind, I'll look at it in the evening when I'm awake, sure it'll look nicer then :).
Well, a few proper clumps of heather at least.
For a moment I wondered why you were photographing a manhole cover. Presumably in impressive list of hills on this one.
Spring is here. Nowhere else just yet, just here.
Is that a bear Martin?
James: Yes, of course, I’ve often wondered why it’s called the “Peak “ district. Obviously because it’s so FLAT!
Definitely, yes: look out for those rogue tombstones on the loose!
Gotta have some sheep in there.
Someone took a bite out of that hill, an ill mannered glacier I expect.
I suppose this is some of the same stone, just in more traditional (usual? traditional seems wrong as applied to geometry) shapes.