With the easing of the lockdown in England it has meant the ability to travel a little further afield for photography has returned, so I’ve taken a couple of trips out into the Peak District – the closest bit, nothing too crazy! On both occasions I set out quite early and the car-park I’ve used has been almost empty, but has been busy when I’ve returned a few hours later. There are lots of places to venture from the car-park though, so it’s easy to keep plenty of distance from other people.
It’s nice to go somewhere different to make photos again and I’ve a big list of destinations for when the rules ease further from next week. It’s quite easy to get caught up in the act of taking pictures now the opportunity is back, so on today’s hike I made sure to take time to take things in through my senses without a viewfinder acting as a window to everything.
Feeling fresh air on my skin
It is wonderful
Fujica GW690 & Fujifilm Superia 100 (expired 2008).
Taken on 29 March 2021
2 thoughts on “Back to the Peak District”
That looks like some great countryside walking. what a fascinating area, both natural and cultural history, I was looking through the wikipedia for Peaks District a little bit. I’ll think of Jane Austen and Peter Rabbit a little now when I think of this area. I like the depth of field on this. Boy, that’s great you can get out a little more, now!
Thanks. It’s a lovely place to visit with, as you say, beautiful scenery and also a lot of history. I’m really glad I can get back out and start to enjoy it again.