One of the “Plugholes” at Ladybower Reservoir overflowing with all of the rain fall we have been having recently.
The Peak District is a fantastic place to hone your Landscape Photography Skills, stunning scenery is very easy to find all year round
I stopped and grabbed this angle on my way home to show the distinctive shape and beauty of Shutlingsloe.
High Weeldon is a great vantage point in the Peak District, this was taken prior to sunrise looking down the Dove Valley with the morning mist clinging to the River Dove.
The gritstone on the summit of Shutlingsloe is glowing lovely in the morning sun, the ground beneath it frozen hard.
The Gritstones being lit up by the morning rays of sunshine on Shutlingsloe with the Roaches in the far distance.
A glorious sunrise from Shutlingsloe in Cheshire. The ground frozen hard looking onto the Roaches in the far distance.
The Grid Reference 995759 engraved on the rock in the foreground, taken on the summit of Shining Tor tonight on a cold winters evening looking down onto the A537, the “Cat n Fiddle” bike run from Buxton to Macclesfi...
Before sunrise, lights still on in the buildings and the fog lingering in the low ground which follows the river dove snaking though the valley.
The church of St Bartholomew in Butterton standing out of the morning fog.
Eventually the clouds slowly lift enough to reveal Hen Cloud
On my way down from the Roaches after sunrise I stopped to admire this wonderful scene unfold revealing the small village of Blackshaw Moor on the edge of the Peak District Staffordshire Moorlands.