Roystone Rocks in the Peak District National Park
A very different location from any in the Peaks because of its varied scattered rock formations and trees. I was lucky enough to get this sheep pose long enough in this panoramic shot
Roystone Rocks in Derbyshire is a unique place trees of various shapes and sizes grow in all sorts of bizzare directions, windswept and growing around the gritstone
The mornings mist rolls around the hills of parkhouse and chrome, and the farm of Glutton Grange
Braemar Farm near Earl Sterndale basking in the morning sunrise light
Some stunning Peak District Sunrises can be best viewed from Parkhouse and Chrome Hills
Taken at sunrise looking from Parkhouse Hill over to Chrome Hill
One of the weirs in Lathkill Dale in full flow
Stunning crystal clear waters flow over the weir in Lathkill Dale
Carhead Rocks in Derbyshire also know as the Knuckle Stone for its distinctive shape
A spectacular sunset over Win Hill, taken from Bamford Edge looking down on to Ladybower Reservoir
Looking like a ghost scene as the mist rolls around the base of the hills, this was taken at 2am in the morning from Hitter Hill looking out over to Parkhouse Hill & Chrome Hill
The stunning colours of autumn transform the Upper Derwent Valley and Howden Dam
Curbar Edge & an old abandoned millstone at sunrise looking down the Derwent Valley
I have to say that Curbar Edge is a favorite location for sunrise, and this image really does show why its a favorite place for many people including photographers
Located in the Northern Peak District is many dominating gritstone rock formations, this is Higger Tor and the aptly named rock formation of the “Kit Kat” stones at sunrise.
Bamford Edge on a a lovely autumn morning as the the sun rises from behind me and lights up the valley and Ladybower Reservoir
Stunning autumn colours looking up the Upper Derwent Valley
Stunning autumn colours looking up the Derwent Valley from Abbey Bank
Windgather Rocks lie on the Cheshire – Derbyshire border and are used climbers to practice there skills.
As the sunrises behind me the sky changes a fantastic colour looking down the upper Dove Valley towards Parkhouse and Chrome Hill
The setting sun up on Baslow Edge with The Anvil Stone dominating the foreground
Back in 2013 I was fortunate enough to have a 4×4 I managed to get places other photographers couldn't get
The Lumsdale Falls and Valley is a small wooded gorge of outstanding natural beauty tucked away high above Matlock.