Cleveland Way To Roseberry Topping
The Cleveland Way has to be one of the greatest walks England has to offer. Taking in such sights in its 109 miles as Sutton Banks White Scar Cliffs, the Wain Stones and views over Robin Hoods Bay. But at this time of year i doubt anywhere looks more enchanting than the Easby Moor, looking out towards Roseberry Topping. Because it is in September that the heather is usually at its most striking, and on this trip onto the moor i was rewarded with one of the best sunsets i have seen. The sky lighting up with reds and purple’s created an almost unnatural glow on the already purple heather. This is one of several photographs i took that evening, one even became the Facebook cover for Welcome to Yorkshire that month. Despite the images success my own thoughts are the photos still don’t do the scene justice, and i was so lucky just to be in the right place at the right time.