The Peak District National Park was the first NP in the United Kingdom in 1951
The stunning Parkhouse Hill and the surrounding fells taken from Chrome Hill on a Spring April Morning after a light dusting of overnight snow.
Snow covered fells at Ankers Lane just east of Macclesfield on the edge of The Peak District National Park
A side road off the Cat & Fiddle Road in the Peak District National Park, captured early morning with a hoar frost on the cluster of trees.
A lone walker on the top of Chrome Hill with Parkhouse Hill in the background covered in a light sprinkling of later spring snow.
Stunning conditions on Chrome Hill with unpredicted snow, so lucky these two lovely people were descending the summit giving the scene some scale. Parkhouse Hill can be seen in the background. Taken 11/04/2021
Torside Reservoir near Glossop located at the edge of the Peak District National Park was built between April 1849 and July 1864 and constructed by John Frederick Bateman. I wonder if he realised its potential beauty back then?
Ladybower Reservoir Aqueduct - Peak District. The bridge carries the A57 Snake Pass between Manchester and Sheffield - Taken 28th January 2018
Ladybower Plughole - This is in fact one of two plugholes at the bottom of a series of reservoirs in the Peak District. They lead into the abyss.
Mam Tor - This is the ridge looking East on a late evening sunset, the sun was behind me but the bright gap in the background gave a good separation on the horizon. The open gate invites you to follow the path over the ridge.