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Couple of days after Christmas we went on a hike around Dalton Crags, an ancient woodland featuring its own limestone pavement.

Got hailed on, too.

More photos here iancylkowski.com/blog/2021/1/7 πŸ‘

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@IanCykowski Green life among dead rock. I always like that contrast. :)

I actually live near a park in the U.S. that has a large number of exposed limestone deposits with plant life growing all around and on them, so these photos are quite familiar to me.

@martianmoorgrove Aye I found the fauna around a limestone karst landscape quite intriguing.

@gemlog
I've posted lots of paths. πŸ˜ƒ Whenever I've done walks, I've commented on the condition of the path.

The particular you are remembering is probably this one:
mstdn.io/@fitheach/10517596747

@IanCykowski

@IanCykowski The color of the rocks in the second picture is great. Very wintery mood.

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