Exploring one of the most famous photo locations in the Peak District
Checking the (Plug)holes
Spillways of the Ladybower Reservoirin Derbyshire locally known as “plugholes” ejecting a huge amount of excess water after heavy rains. This place is quite famous and has become a photographers’ paradise.There are many pictures of the “plugholes” on the net, but I wanted to photograph the plugholes myself.
Although I’ve been to Snowdonia many times before, I have never visited landscape around Blaenau Ffestiniog. The main goal of the trip was walking around Stwlan Dam and disused slate mines. This part of Wales is known worldwide for the slate and disused mines are pretty much everywhere.
Parkhouse Hill from Chrome Hill, Peak District 2017
Early autumn evening in Peak District. Chrome Hill is one of my favourite spots in Peaks. This was one of the evenings when sunset did not happen as expected.I love how Velvia 50 rendered the greens in this picture….