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Another shot from our Castleton to Commondale Walk on the North Yorkshire Moors. I noticed the old ruined stone-built barn. The stone walls in the photo are typical of the area. No mortar is used in their construction, but they last for years despite strong winds; it’s quite an art to build them. On the hillside behind, the lack of green isn’t barren land but heather, which, in about another 4 to 6 weeks will be a resplendent purple. I will certainly be out and about with my camera then.
Photo cropped to remove white sky.
B&W version in WS

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