Ive waited a long time for this shot when there is a Cloud Inversion at The Roaches
This has to be my favorite shot of the morning, some great light and a cloud inversion at The Roaches
I think this image has everything, great light and low clouds and the stunning scenery of Staffordshire finishes it off.
Whilst waiting for the clouds to lift below me was a group of pine trees. when the sun hit them they looked fantastic
The clouds still rolling over The Roaches, in this scene Hen Cloud cant be seen in the far distance yet.
Half Frozen Doxey Pool up on The Roaches
The slight pink hue of the mornings sunrise ebbs though the mist at The Roaches
Some wonderful colours in the sky looking over to Ramshaw Rocks from The Roaches
On top of The Roaches is Doxey Pool, I captured this just after Sunrise, Stunning view!
On top of The Roaches looking out towards Ramshaw Rocks with a light covering of snow.
Waiting for the mist to lift on top of The Roaches
Roach End Barn on The Roaches as the sun starts to set
A truly stunning sky looking over Chrome Hill in the Peak District
Rural farming, rolling undulating countryside, stone walls, stunning views and just sometimes some amazing weather conditions make for a perfect setting in the Peak District.
The Peak District is a wonderful place with plenty of opportunities for Photography
The Hope Valley early morning sunrise with some light mist lying in the valley
With the mist lingering in Hope Valley at dawn, I managed to create some interesting light trails into the mist from Winnats Pass
Dove Valley at dawn with mist winding along the River Dove
Chrome Hill in the White Peaks has a very distinctive shape, if viewed from the North it resembles a Dragons Back
One of my favorite images taken in December 2014 looking down from Parkhouse Hill over towards the stunning Chrome Hill in the Peak District
Admiring the colors at sunrise looking out over the roaches and hen cloud
Lovely reflections from Thorpe Cloud shine down in the late evening sun at the Stepping Stones in the Peak District
Tor means high rock, and Shining Tor is the highest point in Cheshire with some stunning views South West looking over Shutlingsloe and Wildboarclough. The summit and the North-South ridge are formed from Chatsworth Grit.
A misty morning from Chrome Hill looking over towards Parkhouse Hill in the Peak District