Peak District In Bloom

At this time of the year the Peak District National Park in the UK comes alive with fantastic colours from the blooming heather. Early September is actually my favourite time to photograph the area as the colours are fantastic and there are less tourists around compared to August so it’s easier to park and easier to avoid people getting in your shots. Below are a few taken over the last few years.

Morning light makes the rocks glow a wonderful warm colour on Higger Tor

The Woodlands Valley

Surprise View

Burbage Edge at first light

Mother Cap at dawn

Last Light on Carhead Rocks

Dawn Light on Higger Tor Rocks

Fairbrook at the side of the Snake Pass

The Roaches

Stormy light on Baslow Edge with Curbar Edge in the distance

Morning Glow on Higger Tor

Mother Cap at dawn

Higger Tor sunrise

Owler Tor at first light

Stanage Edge illuminated by the early morning sun

 

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