hd00:17Pan to follow a ewe walking. Her lambs catch up. Shot near Reeth, Swaledale, North Yorkshire.
hd00:32STAPLETON, NORTH YORKSHIRE, UK - SEPTEMBER 25: the very wet summer of 2008 has resulted in the harvest to planting cycle being compressed to a week.
hd00:23Partial solar eclipse, obscured by clouds, as seen from the north east of England, 20th March 2015.
hd00:20A river has burst it's banks and is flowing through the arable farmland alongside. The raised strip between areas of water is the failed flood defense bank
hd00:20A tractor tows a heavy roller across a field growing turf leaving stripes in the grass. Two crows scavenging for food fly away.
hd00:15A strip of the previous crop of oilseed rape runs alongside a track through a wheat field. A sign indicating the land is private property is beside the track.
hd00:20A trailer load of straw bales being driven along a country lane, past a paddock containing two white ponies. One pony reacts nervously to the noise, smell and size of the object.
hd00:20Two lambs resting while continuing to graze. One stands. Shot near Reeth, Swaledale, North Yorkshire.
hd00:15House Martin nestlings wait at the entrance to the nest for a parent to fly in and feed them.
hd00:20A small herd of cattle and a calf in a pasture near Reeth, Swaledale, North Yorkshire. Typical upland dry stone walls and stone-built field barns are in the background.
hd00:10STAPLETON, NORTH YORKSHIRE, UK - SEPTEMBER 17: the wet summer has caused a late grain harvest in 2008. At the start of September between 30% and 50% of the national grain crop was still in the fields.
hd00:17A ewe and her two lambs. Other members of the flock rest in the background, while a cock pheasant crosses the field. Shot near Reeth in Swaledale, North Yorkshire.
hd00:20Horse wearing a rug or blanket scrapes at the snow on a cold winter day to expose grass to graze on.
hd00:20Dinghies or small yachts race on a reservoir while a fisherman baits his hook on the shore and Canada Geese graze.
hd00:20Zoom out from straw bales covered with snow to a wider view of a farm track on a sunny winter day.
hd00:19A flock of Greylag Geese walk towards the camera. The Greylag is the goose from which domesticated flocks originate. Wild birds are grey, white plumage is a result of breeding with domesticated birds.
hd00:16Cows and a calf graze as they move right to left near a dry stone wall near Reeth, Swaledale, North Yorkshire.
hd00:19Greylag geese walk across grass. These are a mix of wild and domestic birds and crossbreeds or hybrids between the two types.
hd00:14A ewe and her lambs near a dry stone wall. One lamb chews the ear of the second. Shot near Reeth, Swaledale, Richmondshire.
hd00:20A tractor with a distributor attachment spreads fertiliser pellets in a recently tilled field.
hd00:18A ewe and lambs rest near a gate as cock and hen pheasants walk nearby. Shot near Reeth in Swaledale, Richmondshire, North Yorkshire.