I crunched through the dry, brown heather to get this cluster of rocks in the right place to frame this landscape photo of the moors looking over to Higger Tor, which can be seen in the distance at centre-left. It was approaching lunchtime when I made this picture – long after the golden-hour had passed – but there’s something to be said for capturing images at this time of day. It’s often the time and light when people are out and about and so depicts scenes as many of us will usually see them
Tumbled and jumbled
Boulders litter the landscape
On Peak District moors
Bronica ETRSi, Zenzanon 75mm f/2.8 PE & Kodak Portra 160.
Taken on 6 April 2021