Enjoying the Peak District One Hill At A Time

Month: October 2016

An Autumn Walk Around Litton and Cressbrook Dale

An Autumn Walk Around Litton and Cressbrook Dale

Walking around Litton and Cressbrook Dale is something that I’d been meaning to do for some time. I spent some time there as a child so have very happy memories of the village of Litton. The weather today was a little dull with very occasional […]

Derwent Edge Image Gallery

Derwent Edge Image Gallery

Here are some images taken on our walk on Derwent Edge today. The edge affords fanstastic views over Ladybower Resrvoir, Stanage Edge, Bamford Edge, Win Hill, Lose Hill, Mam Tor, Edale and the Upper Derwent Valley. It’s very popular and can be busy at the […]

Walking Froggatt Edge

Walking Froggatt Edge

This is a very popular walk and as a result the National Trust car park just above Curbar on Barr Road gets very busy.  If you do manage to secure a place in there it will cost you £4 for a day’s parking (price correct […]

Spicy Apple Chutney

Spicy Apple Chutney

As anyone who gardens will know a lot of work goes in to growing your own food but the rewards are worth it. Eating something you have grown yourself isn’t just a way of saving money on increasingly expensive fresh produce but it feels good […]

Aquapac Waterproof DSLR Camera Case Review

Aquapac Waterproof DSLR Camera Case Review

One thing’s for certain, there are a few things in life that I haven’t done. Don’t worry the one I’m going to talk about here is underwater photography. Despite having worked professionally on-set, on-location, in the studio, at events and on the catwalk I’ve never […]