A wooden footbridge over the Clough Brook near Wildboarclough in Cheshire
A very moody morning on Ramshaw Rocks in Staffordshire South West Peak. Waited all morning for the low cloud to lift.
A misty morning providing some great conditions at Ramshaw Rocks in the South West Peak District
I was fortunate enough to spot this heart carved into a tree, that has grown over th years, as the snow defines it and makes it stand out.
A wander around Warslow Moors in the snow
Curbar Edge over looking the Derwent Valley
A morning on Curbar Edge as the sun hits the rocks
The rolling hills close to the small idyllic village of Ilam in Staffordshire
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
Sunrise along the Dove Valley, a favorite location as mine, as the River Dove flows down the middle dividing Staffordshire on the right and Derbyshire on the left
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
Sheen Hill half under a cloud inversion which was as far as the eye could see
A cloud inversion submerges Parkhouse & Chrome Hills
Stunning conditions saw me up on Ecton Hill taking this view down Manifold Valley of Thors Cave
Wetton Village is up above Manifold Valley and is a popular tourist location for many
Staffordshire is in the foreground, with the River Dove hidden in the middle distance which is the county’s border between Derbyshire which is the far distance, Taken from Narrowdale Hill.
The view down Narrowdale in Staffordshire Peak District at sunrise
Some stunning Peak District Sunrises can be best viewed from Parkhouse and Chrome Hills
Sunrise from the popular location of Parkhouse Hill in the Peak District
Taken at sunrise looking from Parkhouse Hill over to Chrome Hill
One of the weirs in Lathkill Dale in full flow