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The Edges of Peak District

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Gardoms Edge Peak District

Few recent trips to the edges of Peak District National Park

Peak District is truly an amazing place. Honestly everytime I’m going, I always discover something new. There are many places, but edges of the Peak District never stopped to amaze me.

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Why do I keep doing this?

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Why do I keep doing this?

It’s 2:30 am and my alarm clock is going crazy. I’m quickly out of my bed, trying not to wake up the whole house…. Why I’m doing this???

Is there any reason why we are chasing the light?

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Trip to Port Mulgrave

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Trip to Port Mulgrave

Port Mulgrave is famous for being one of the most popular Jurassic sites in the UK. It is a site of special scientific interest & is now looked after and protected by the National Trust.
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Medium Format : Picture of the week

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Medium format: Picture of the week

Salwicks Bay, Flamborough head, Yorkshire coast  UK 2017 
Hasselblad 503CW f22/10sec +0.9LEE Filter 80mm
Salwicks Bay, Flamborough head, Yorkshire coast  UK 2017 Hasselblad 503CW f22/10sec +0.9LEE Filter 80mm

Quiet morning at Salwicks Bay, Flamborough head, Yorkshire coast  UK 2017 

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Selwicks Bay photographic trip

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Selwicks Bay /Flamborough Head photo trip

This was one of the trips when I had no idea where I’m going.  Actually, I ‘ve never heard of Selwicks Bay before. I was told that Selwicks Bay is part of the Flamborough Head coastline, but that was it. I agreed to go on a trip hoping this place will be worth the visit…

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Win Hill misty morning

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Win Hill morning mist , Peak District UK 2015
Win Hill morning mist , Peak District UK 2015

Autumn mornings… Yes, this is what I love about landscape photography. Dark cold mornings and waiting for the light to illuminate the landscape . (more…)

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Morning at Bradgate

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Nikon D700, Lee Grad ND 0.6

Bradgate park is an historic Mediaeval park in the heart of the ancient Charnwood Forest. It retains much of its original landscape with small woods, grassy slopes and rocky outcrops. Swithland Wood – 146 acres of Ancient Woodland. It is Leicestershire’s largest, most visited country park and was originally created as a deer park . Red and fallow deer can still be seen feeding among the bracken.

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

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Nikon D700,18-35 mm, Cokin ND

 

I decided, this year I would like to focus on White Peak. 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, a symmetrical arch 7.5 metres wide and 10 metres high, is prominently visible from the valley bottom, around 80 metres (260 feet) below.

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