The unique beauty of the moorland is captured and celebrated in an exhibition being staged in the Peak District.
The touring exhibition explores moorland life through the seasons and will be shown in visitor centres in Castleton and Edale until September 29.
Original paintings by artists Judith Bromley and Robert Nicholls will be shown.
“We hope that people will not only enjoy seeing this inspiring work but will also become more aware of the role that moorland can play in the fight against climate change,” said Judith.
Local people are invited to make a small piece, in their own medium and style and inspired by the moorland, to be included in a group installation called ‘Ground Cover’.
The project is funded by the Dales LEADER programme, the Business Link Legacy Fund, Arts Council England and North Yorkshire County Council.