Monthly Archive: October, 2014

Bamford Sunset

If you’re in the Peak District, get yourself up onto the east facing millstone grit edges around sunset. As a landscape photographer, you’ll be spoiled for choice. This unusual rock outcrop gives you… Continue reading

Surprise View

On the way to the Peak District, we ended up on the road from Sheffield to Hathersage. It crosses the moors, then breaks through Millstone Edge and turns right and downhill across the… Continue reading

Long Exposure

Sunday was a day of low cloud and dull light. Rather than not take any photographs at all, I thought I would try a few long exposure images, so I headed out to… Continue reading

Morning at Hanbury

In the past few weeks, I’ve been trying to capture a few of those ‘Autumn Colour’ images, but the weather has decided not to co-operate 🙂 I was up an hour and a… Continue reading

Ladybower View

Mid morning is not my usual time of day for taking images, as the light is too harsh, but I liked the view. As you wander along Bamford Edge, you come across this… Continue reading

Ladybower Jetty

If you want to capture still, flat waters on a lake or reservoir, then an early start is recommended. Not very co-operative weather when I took this image, but the jetty made a… Continue reading

Hope Valley Morning

In the right conditions, Mam Tor is a landscape photographers paradise. In the mornings, you are spoiled for choice. I have not done a sunset there yet – but it’s on the list.… Continue reading

Hope Works Revisited

An hour or so after I had taken my earlier image of Hope Cement Works, I took this one into the sun, which had the effect of bathing the image in a golden… Continue reading

Old Road

Up until 1979, this was the main road (the A625) between Castleton and Chapel-en-le-Frith, that wound it’s way across the south eastern flank of Mam Tor. It was eventually abandoned in that year… Continue reading

Higger Tor

Higger Tor in the Peak District is a popular place, especially, it seems, at sunset. There is roadside parking nearby and a 5 minute walk takes you up to the tor, which has… Continue reading