- Many walkers enjoy taking photographs while engaged in their walks.
- In a bid to encourage a two-way sharing of experiences when out following my walks, you are invited to email any shots you are proud of, or would like to share with a wider audience through my website.
- If you have feedback on the walks themselves, then please do get back to me in the same manner, as feedback is hugely valued as a means of keeping the guides vital and up-to-date for their regular revisions.
Primroses and violets a confirmation of Spring's awakening, growing on Liddel Strength Iron Age hill-fort on the
Scottish border north of Longtown
A swarm of flying ants swirling around the summit cairn on Carrock Fell
Photo by Frances Bell taken 12th September 2009
The following fifteen images were sent in by Steve Keeble.
Steve has clearly 'discovered' the magic of the Dark Peak. It is now two years since he first purchased my aged High Peak Walks guide and made his first tentative steps onto the hign plateau. He says, with evident pleasure, that he has gained sufficient confidence to devise his own moorland ways. A big thank you Steve for becoming the first reader to offer your evocative images to this dedicated space.
The southern edge of Kinder Scout through the swirling mist
Perfect blue sky from Ashop Edge looking to Bleaklow
Boxing Glove Rocks on the northern edge of Kinder Scout above Ashop Clough
Christmas on Bleaklow... well at least the trees are up and ready for the lights!
Crowstones in the upper Derwent
View from Doctor's Gate
Characteristic peat groughs on the Kinder Scout plateau
Howden Reservoir from Crowstones Edge
Kinder Gates on Kinder Scout
Looking down the Derwent from Crowstones Edge
On Bleaklow looking towards Torside Castle
Snowy Seal Edge from Fairbrook Naze
The ghostly outlines of Kinder Low, a reassuring sight in mist