This limestone pavement in Ribblesdale was superb for wildflowers.
As you can see the weather wasn't so good and that is Pen-y-ghent brooding in the background.
Harebell - Campanula rotundifolia
Lesser Meadow Rue - Thalictrum minus
Melancholy Thistle - Cirsium helenioides
Chickweed Willowherb - Epilobium alsinifolium
Knotted Pearlwort - Sagina nodosa
Bird's-eye Primrose - Primula farinosa
I was very lucky to see this in flower in August (usually flowers in May/June)
Hairy Stonecrop - Sedum villosum
We also visited Seata Quarry nature reserve the single site in the UK for Round-leaved St. John's-wort - Hypericum nummularium.
Round-leaved St. John's-wort - Hypericum nummularium.
Fairy Foxglove - Erinus alpinus
More Harebells because you can't see too many Harebells!
It was surprising to see Fragrant Orchids still in full flower in August.
We visited the quarry at gone six o'clock in the evening and the Common Blues were going to roost.
Red Gooseberry - Ribes uva-crispa
(obviously an escape from cultivation)
Sand Leek - Allium scorodoprasum