Tag Archive: Peak District

Peak District Evening Light

Some gorgeous evening light on Bamford Edge in the Peak District, with Ladybower Reservoir in the background. Bamford Edge is a great sunset location, as it faces west, and so catches the late… Continue reading

Peak District At Night

Carl Wark hill fort, taken from Higger Tor, about 2 hours after sunset. A long exposure image taken whilst, quite frankly, I could hardly see a thing! The roads are clear due to… Continue reading

Millstone Morning

Millstone near Surprise View, in the Peak District, taken about 10 minutes before dawn. In the distance, mist fills the Hope valley. I did’t notice, until I looked at this image on the… Continue reading

Higger Tor

The view to Higger Tor, taken from Carl Wark hill fort in the Peak District. Great light, fantastic scenery, and a fine day, help to make a great image. For a higher quality… Continue reading

Abandoned Barn

An abandoned barn in the Peak District, lit by some fantastic morning light. I spotted this on the way back to the car from Magpie mine – and I could not resist taking… Continue reading

Magpie Mine

Gorgeous morning light at Magpie Mine, an abandoned lead mine in the Peak District. Another early morning, and another location all to myself – bliss! For a higher quality version please visit my… Continue reading

Monsal Weir

Monsal Weir is a short walk below Monsal Head viaduct. It’s a great place to take photographs, but I picked the wrong day. The bright sunshine meant equally bright highlights on the water,… Continue reading

Cressbrook Tunnel

Cressbrook Tunnel is one of many lit tunnels on the Monsal Trail, a footpath and cycleway on the route of an old, disused, railway line that runs through some of the most scenic parts… Continue reading

Sunrise at Magpie Mine

You simply cannot beat a good sunrise. Magpie Mine is an abandoned lead mine in the Peak District. Rumoured to be haunted by the ghosts of three miners from a rival mine who… Continue reading

Another Millstone View

This is the view from the Stanage Edge millstones, looking in a southerly direction. They are in great condition, and only the weathering on them tells you they’ve been lying here for many… Continue reading