A trip to the past – Thor’s cave and Stone circles of Peak District

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I decided, this year I would like to focus on White Peak. The south-west part of Peak District National Park. There are so many beautiful places, maybe not visible on first sight. The more I go, the more I like this place. It’s got no high peaks or great lakes but there is something there…

This time I wanted to visit Thor’s cave. Thor’s cave is a natural cavern located in the Manifold Valley of the White Peak in Staffordshire, England. Located in a steep limestone crag, the cave entrance,  symmetrical arch 7.5 metres wide and 10 metres high. It is prominently visible from the valley bottom, around 80 metres (260 feet) below.

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Are you ready for WPPD 2012 ?

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Every year last Sunday in April is  World Pinhole Photography Day. This year, that last Sunday happens to fall on the 29th.

As you probably know, I’m a keen pinhole camera user and this time I would like to be part of this day. Pinhole photography is great fun. I believe that the simplicity of pinhole photography can open big doors to creativity.

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