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Hanging Stone in the Mist

Hanging Stone is a hill on the northern edge of the North York Moors near Guisborough.  It takes its name from a large block of sandstone that protrudes from its northern end (this appears as the white blob just below the right-hand side of the summit).   I took this photo one morning last summer from Hutton Lane, Guisborough, near the junction with Aldenham Drive, just over the road from one of my old schools.  Not a particularly good picture, I just happen to like the trees in it.

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