The Yorkshire Dales National Park is a showcase for some of the finest limestone scenery in Europe. Covering 683 square miles, it can be divided naturally into a number of areas, each with its own character. Perhaps the most famous of these is the area widely known as the Three Peaks, much of which is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest. The Three Peaks lie on the western fringe of the National Park and consist of the mountains of Whernside (2414 ft), Ingleborough (2373 ft) and Pen-y-Ghent (2273 ft). In this stunning book, photographer Andy Standfield, who has known the area most of this life, captures the ever-changing seasons of a year in the life of the Three Peaks.