Peak District #travel #photoblog

Time to start planning our summer travel again. One place we stayed a few years ago was in the Peak District, where we rented a house in Hayfield. It’s a small town at the foot of the Kinder Scout. Unfortunately I left my really good camera on the kitchen table at my brother-in-laws, so these were taken with a light-weight water proof olympus that does OK.  Wonder if it’s time to book a return visit?
IMGP3717Dusk, walking back from a pub.

IMGP3787 One of the local customs is “well decorating” and we happened to be at the right time.

IMGP3754The semi-wild sheep are everywhere, in this case near the falls at Kinder Scout.

IMGP3755It was a dry year, what more can I say?




IMGP3931Beware of the Toad.



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