It’s been a short while since I’ve done a blog about my recent wanderings in the Peak District. I’ve been super busy with a lot of things and most outings have only produced one or two images, so I’ve decided to consolidate them all into one blog. First, we have Roystone Rocks. It’s perhaps one … Read more

Pilsbury Castle was a Norman Castle in the Peak District near the hamlet of Pilsbury, a few miles down the road from Longor and Hartington. It is situated next to the River Dove looking up to Chrome and Parkhouse Hill and Axe Edge with much of the White Peak Behind. It is also right on … Read more

Landscape photography can sometimes be very challenging and disheartening, you may not believe it but there are plenty of images you don’t get to see and many return visits to a location to get an image I am happy with. In fact, it’s an art form sometimes to discard images when you’ve been to a … Read more

There are certain places in the Peak District that draw me and one of those places as most will know is Chrome and Parkouse Hill. These two small but very shapely hills that nestle in the start of the Dove Valley have a certain characteristic and charm that is quite unique in the Peak District. … Read more

Saturday morning I headed out for sunrise in the Peak District. I had planned on going to Chrome and Parkhouse Hill which is probably my¬†favorite¬†place in the Peak District. I had never shot this at sunrise before and knew my usual parking spot in Hollingsclough would be a long and tricky walk in the dark. … Read more