So I was rumbled; I sneaked off for a long weekend away in the Peak District. YES, IT RAINED most of the time which was grim but on the Saturday we spent lots of time walking. In order to shield my camera from the worst of the rain I had to zip it inside my coat, giving me a most unorthodox silhouette. However, I did manage to take quite a few snaps (some of which I like). The walk we planned turned out to be right next to one we took about a year ago so that was strange. I recall taking a picture of this sign at the time.
There was a lot of rain; sometimes falling, sometimes hanging on branches and always underfoot.
Berries and daffs. It didn't feel all that much like spring barring a few pinpricks of change. Though the weather was wet, it wasn't all that cold or windy so it did feel a comfortable mild.
I'm such a fan on the Peak District landscape, it's enchanting and intriguing and full of such variety. Plenty to see and explore, somewhere that really evolves through the turning of the seasons.
More instalments to come. I hope you enjoy. Sophie
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