Admiring the Roaches in August with the heather in flower.
Plenty of limestone walls and old barns in this part of Staffordshire. This was taken near to the village of Alstonefield
A perfect shot of a little robin perched on a branch at a local beauty spot Dimmingsdale in Staffordshire
A misty morning close to home in Staffordshire
Not many people know that this stunning gritstone rock formation on Ramshaw Rocks in Staffordshire is known locally as Loaf and Cheese, as it apparently resembles a loaf of bread with a chunk of cheese on top.
I was returning from a morning sunirise and I often drive via Hulme End, as the morning sun lit up the village shop on a misty morning
You can witness plenty of Grouse up on Morridge Moor and The Roaches in Staffordshire, they have a very distinctive call or cackle.
Passing from Staffordshire to Derbyshire in the Upper Dove Valley this old barn provides shelter for the cows at winter
Bliss, pair of lambs take an afternoon nap in the sun
Warslow Brook runs South East through Staffordshire from Morridge down to Swainsley Bank where it joins the River Manifold.
Up at The Roaches in Staffordshire at sunrise
The Roaches at sunset from Ramshaw Rocks
Taken from Roach End in Staffordshire, admiring the view out over towards Cheshire with Back Forest below.
The stunning Staffordshire Roaches one evening in the summer when the heather was in flower.
Looking down Ramshaw Rocks in Staffordshire in misty conditions
I waited patiently for the Ring Neck Pheasant’s early morning call above Sheen in Staffordshire.
Getting up early has its advantages as I caught this little rabbit by the side of the road in Sheen in the Staffordshire Moorlands.
Tucked away in Staffordshire is probably one of the finest examples of Bluebell woods in England.
Parrots Drumble Wood is best to visit when the Bluebells are in flower
Walking the Staffordshire Way one morning at Kingsley Holt.
A walk down to the Staffordshire way and I was greeted by this stunning scene in Kingsley Holt.
About a 2 minute walk from home, when conditions like this happen you just have to get out even if its on your doorstep!
This was taken down the road from home. I couldn’t venture far so decided the weather was to good not to go for a wander close to home.
Up on Ipstones Edge in the Staffordshire Moorlands on a day when the cloud was low, creating some lovely conditions.