Enjoying the Peak District One Hill At A Time

Ladybower Reservoir In Early December

Ladybower Reservoir In Early December

Walking around Ladybower was our second choice today after calling off a trek to Alport Castles. We felt the light was a bit flat so opted for a circuit around the northern arm of Ladybower reservoir rather than the trek across moorland. It was a good call as the light wasn’t great, though even in, dull overcast weather the hills and wildlife around the Derwent Valley still provide some nice photo opportunities.

We’ll return to Ladybower Reservoir and Alport Castles later in the winter on a brighter, clear day for some nice images, until then these will have to suffice.

 


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