The Hole of Horcum in the North York Moors National Park.
The trees snaking into the distance are following the line of Levisham Beck which flows through the naturally formed bowl that is the Hole Of Horcum. The above photograph was taken in august when the abundant heather was in flower.
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Photograph code: IMGP3222