We drove through the North York Moors in the morning. Again, it was a beautiful day, sunny and warm. Unlike National Parks in many other countries, Britain's National Parks are living, working landscapes. They are not owned by the nation but by the people who live and work in them.
The North York Moors cover a broad area starting from the city of York going North and East and stretch from the Vale of York and the Vale of Mowbray across to the Yorkshire Coast. These pictures were taken from the roadside opposite a car park. People used it as a starting point for walking through the Moors.