The Peak District – Tea and the Gang

The Peak District

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Today we are taking around the beautiful Peak District by photographer jambo1986

The Peak District will always hold a special place in my heart, especially for photography.  The Peaks were my first real outing into the English hills for Landscape photography and I’ve been returning ever since.  Each season having it’s own merits and highlights, from the beautifully snow covered landscapes in winter, to the purple hills in Summer when the heather is in full swing.  Whether you take photos yourself or just love being outdoors it’s just beautiful.  I remember the first time I visited, I was grinning from ear to ear all day, I’d never seen anything like it, let alone only a couple of hours from home.

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My favourite place to have a cup of tea would be at the top of Mam Tor, watching the cyclists flying down the winding road & the sun setting over the valley.

During late summer, the Peak District is awash with vibrant purple and pink heather - a truly spectacular sight.

One of three beautiful Dams in the Derwent Valley.

Milstones dotted around the Peak District.

The road to Edale. My favourite road.

Traffic trails & a skier in the background making the most of the snow.

Me stood at the top of Winnats Pass.

Feature Image Caption: The Roaches, a fantastic place for a little climb

All content and photos are copyrighted and credited to jambo1986

Website: jamesgphotography.com