A hidden gem in the Peak District. Many people don’t even know this place exists. It is a pretty special place. The valley is home to a series of magnificent waterfalls, ponds and the ancient ruins of three mills. This area is of huge archaeological significance, here you will find one of the largest collections of water-powered industrial mills in the country! The area is a scheduled ancient archaeological site and much work continues to preserve this beautiful piece of English heritage.
A short story about how I lost my film shots from the morning shoot
Last Sunday I finally went out to take pictures. For various reasons I was not able to go out in January, so I was looking forward to it a lot. I prepared my gear evening before, make sure all batteries are charged for Mavic. Also, I have loaded Kodak Ektar into one of the backs for my Hasselblad. (more…)
A little bit on how I found myself operating on both sides of technology.
I don’t know why, but I have a soft spot for all things analogue. Film, books, watch, vinyl, just to name a few…
In 2016 I have switched my landscape photography to analogue and I have never looked back. (more…)