A sculpture at a North Yorkshire beauty spot has been moved because of its "overwhelming popularity".
Over the last two years, visitors have caused erosion to the moorland after visiting The Seated Figure on Castleton Rigg.
But due to concerns for the moorland, the 10ft high bronze statue is being relocated to the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
The artist who created the sculpture, Sean Henry, said although the planning permission on the moors had been granted until 2023, there had been concerns from local residents about littering and parking issues.
He posted this on his Facebook page:
- Chris France, Director of Planning at the North York Moors National Park Authority said: