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The Wonderful Derbyshire Landscape

Who needs a lawnmower when you have sheep in your front garden?


Taken in the Goyt Valley.



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Such a beautiful place in the Goyt Valley.



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I know I've been a little quiet lately. Either I've had no luck (memory card breaking on shoot, forgot to pick spare up!), weather, too busy or just not happy with results.


Well that changed last Thursday (told you I was busy, only just got round to processing!). I visited Winnats Pass for a sunset, I nearly left after the sun had gone behind Mam Tor but decided to have a walk further along for future shoots and boy I'm glad I did. The sky lit up as if it was on fire. Was great to witness.



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The lovely Derbyshire hills... Wet Windy and Wonderful.....

another image from derbyshire taken a while back. Thought I'd share as no new material just yet.

A stark landscape in winter. A beautiful walking paradise in summer. As seen from Mam Tor

An outcrop of Gritstone on Kinder scout.....The rock has gained the folklore of being the site of Druid sacrifices...The indentations on the top of the rock,which are due to natural erosion are believed to be the receptacles for offerings to the gods.

Another shot from Sundays walk....Looking down to a mist cloaked Ladybower reservoir.

Calke Abbey is a Grade I listed country house near Ticknall, Derbyshire, England, in the care of the charitable National Trust.


The house was owned by the Harpur family for nearly 300 years until it was passed to the Trust in 1985 in lieu of death duties. Today, the house is open to the public and many of its rooms are deliberately displayed in the state of decline in which the house was handed to the Trust.


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possibly the final shot of sheep on stanage edge ( for now ~)

a disused barn in the derbyshire dales.

There are some lovely stretches of riverside scenery along the banks of the Wye.

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Brilliant sun on mist in the valley between Hathersage and Grindelford, Derbyshire.

I wanted to try to capture the waterfall as part of the whole landscape as it is so lush at this time of year.

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The beautiful countryside of Derbyshire

A few photos from a particularly misty morning a few weeks back.

These were taken in the woods below Win Hill and next to Ladybower.


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2014 marks the 400th anniversary of this magnificent house. Built by Robert Smythson for Bess of Hardwick as an alternative to the Old Hall. This is the front view of the hall (very similar to the back) which is now a National Trust property.

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This moorland view is somewhere in Derbyshire relatively close to Chesterfield where I was staying with friends but I am afraid I cannot be any more precise. I thought it was quite a nice landscape.

My contact maria-H has given the shot a location "It is Carl Wark (centre) and Higger Tor (right) viewed from Burbage Edge." Thanks Maria



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One from last year. This is a fence I admired near Snelston in Derbyshire. My Dad grew up near here. He roved the fields as a boy and biked down the roads as a young man. Lots of history then. In this photo, I like the winter sun on the fence. HFF!

Somerset may have it's levels, but Derbyshire has it's layers.

Stone Edge, looking south east over the M1 corridor, shortly after sunrise, on a slightly frosty, misty morning.


Quickly set up image after shooting the sunrise that morning.


I've been wanting to capture a 'layer' type image for sometime and this seemed to drop just right, even though it's not your usual touristy countryside view of the Derbyshire Peak District.


A few interesting toots from commuting motorists on the A632, as this was shot from the roadside verge. I'm sure they were trying to put me off.


Oh well better luck next time, peoples !

Ladybower reservoir near Bamford, Derbyshire this morning.

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