The limestone pinnacle makes for a great foreground up on Chrome Hill, looking out over to Parkhouse Hill
Gritstone has been worked into tools for over 2000 years and Standage Edge was once a quarry in the past where it produced grindstones
Stanage Edge in Derbyshire is a gritstone escarpment in the Peak District National Park
Looking down onto Hathersage in the Hope Valley, Peak District as people come and go.
The millstones on Stanage Edge in the Peak District National Park
Roach End Barn at sunset, an old derelict out building which was probably part of Roachend Farm.
Roach End Barn at Sunset looking out over towards Danebridge and Dane Valley with the sun setting over Bosley Cloud in Congleton.
Roach End Barn sits at the Northern end of The Roaches in the Peak District National Park
The Trinnacle at Saddleworth Moor,providing a great feature in an otherwise baron sparse landscape, over looking Greenfeild Reservoir.
Admiring Dove Stone Reservoir on my way home, I just sat and watched the sun fade, a stunning remote location.
Overlooking Dove Stone Reservoir from Ashway Rocks, a wonderful outcrop of gritstone rocks to admire the views from.
Overlooking Dove Stone Reservoir, Ashway Cross is a memorial to James Platt former MP for Oldham, who was killed in a grouse shooting accident in 1857.
The Roaches can be moody and dark and even surreal in the right conditions
St Bartholomew Church spire rises though the morning mist in Butterton in the Peak District
A misty morning in the Dove Valley in the Peak District covered snow.
Just south of Hulme End in Staffordshire, a farmer clears fallen trees with mist formed in the River Manifold beyond.
A magical morning of Snow, Mist and Sun makes for a wonderful scene along the Dove Valley, where the River Dove divides the counties of Staffordshire and Derbyshire.
Looking out over towards Chrome Hill from Parkhouse Hill on a snowy afternoon.
Looking North West from High Wheeldon up the Dove Valley with Parkhouse and Chrome Hills in the far distance.
The stunning Chrome Hill at winter, covered in snow
The sun casting some side light onto Hollins Hill and Back Tor, on the Great Ridge in the Peak District.
Mam Tor behind me, looking along the Great Ridge, Hollins Cross Hill, Back Tor and Lose Hill in the distance. I Love the pastel colours and the vibrant sky.
Hope cement works in the Peak District national parks is undoubtedly an eye sore, but it makes for stunning photography when the mist is in the valley!
Shrouded in morning mist, Hope Cement works in the Peak District makes for a stunning scene of beauty and the beast!