This contest is for any images taken in moorlands, heathlands or forests. Heathland is a lowland habitat characterised by the presence of a range of dwarf, low growing shrubs, such as heather and gorse. Moorlands are upland areas, often with colourful heather growing in the waterlogged peaty soil. Within these habitats, your subject can be anything including the plants and animals and the general landscape. You can be as creative or as basic as you would like.
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