A barn in the woods
The Highest Pub in Derbyshire
Leaving Sir William Hill Road onto the footpath
The Tall Wet Bracken & Fleabane
The Path to Black Hole Mine
Public Footpath Sign on Eyam Edhe
A bee enjoying the summer on a Creeping Thistle.
Ringlet Butterfly on Fleabane
Aggregate piles at Black Hole Mine
Orange is the New Black
Twisting Trees at Birds's Wood
The pathway out of Bird's Wood
Timber Lodge Near Highclifffe
Spirit of Place
Through the Marsh Marigold
A lush green path through the fields and down into Eyam
Roses in a strangers garden
The path meanders around the gardens towards Eyam
Disturbing the sheep on the last field before entering Eyam
Looking back to a particularly well placed house near Eyam.
Horses in Jackets
Pretty yellow flowers in Eyam
Eyam Country Store
Plague Cottage in Eyam
The Church at Eyam
Wooden Bear at Rodney House
Time for Tea
Old buildings of Eyam
Rabbits in the Garden
Roast Sheep at Eyam
Leavin Eyam via the track near Fairview Farm.
Tideswell Lane out of Eyam
Looking along Tideswell Lane
View towards Foolow and Housley
Dry Stone Walls from Above
More beautiful big trees along the lane
On the way into Foolow
Less is More
The Bulls Head
The Pond at Foolow
More pretty gates, gardens and houses
A lone tree in the field leaving Foolow
The Barrel Inn at Bretton
A barn in the woodsAfter leaving the mine the footpath was a little hard to follow but led through this small woodland and shed. You might be able to make out the creature in the barn ?
The Highest Pub in DerbyshireThe Highest Pub in Derbyshire
Leaving Sir William Hill Road onto the footpathLeaving Sir William Hill Road onto the footpath
The Tall Wet Bracken & FleabaneIn the midst of the summer after a heavy rain the first part of the walk was through tall dense bracken soaking the legs and boots.
Looking back over the beautiful farmland of the white peak.
The Path to Black Hole MineThe path leads on towards Black Hole mine.
Public Footpath Sign on Eyam EdheBracken trying to take over overything that stands at this time of year.
A bee enjoying the summer on a Creeping Thistle.A bee enjoying the summer on a Creeping Thistle.
Ringlet Butterfly on FleabaneRinglet Butterfly on Fleabane, Aphantopus hyperantus
Aggregate piles at Black Hole MineThe walk passes either around or through Black Hole Mine. On the weekend it's quite so pretty safe to walk through. These orderly aggregate piles at Black Hole Mine caught my eye.
Orange is the New BlackSome coloury goodness with the aggregate piles at the mine.
Mystery SheepThis sheepy had decided to take shelter in the barn having been freshly sheered. I suppose it's fair enough given the rain the the night. Either that or it was hoping to pounce on us like the savage killer it is.
Twisting Trees at Birds's WoodLeaving the fields behind for a distance we entered Birds's Wood with some fascinatinly twisting branches.
Branch HugsBranches seeming to support each other in the search for daylight in Birds's Wood.
The pathway out of Bird's WoodA little gem of woodland, especially on a sunny day to find a bit of shelter and some dappled light. Birds's Wood.
Timber Lodge Near HighclifffeA timber lodge in a lovely setting near Highcliffe as we left the woodland towards the road.
Spirit of PlaceSpotted this sign just before hopping back on the road through HIghcliffe.
Through the Marsh MarigoldLeaving the road again to follow Jumber Brook down into Eyam.
A lush green path through the fields and down into EyamA lush green path through the fields and down into Eyam
Saw many houses with beautiful settings scattered around the hills on the outskirts of Eyam.
Roses in a strangers gardenSneeking around people's gardens again for some flow photos. #menthatloveflowers
The path meanders around the gardens towards EyamThe path meanders around the gardens towards Eyam
Disturbing the sheep on the last field before entering EyamDisturbing the sheep on the last field before entering Eyam
Looking back to a particularly well placed house near Eyam.Looking back to a particularly well placed house near Eyam.
Horses in JacketsThese horses got dressed up in their best jackets for breakfast.
Pretty yellow flowers in EyamSneaking around someone elses garden in the village of Eyam. They sure do put on a display in Eyam.
Number 1Number 1 for colour I assume ?
Eyam Country StoreCouldn't be more country if it tried. (Probably is trying to be fair)
Plague Cottage in EyamI assume the baby gate is to keep the plague baby's in there ?
The Church at EyamThe Church At Eyam
Wooden Bear at Rodney HouseI don't have a garden for one of these, but I might buy one soon anyway and put it in the communal gardens at the flats.
Time for TeaTime for tea.
Old buildings of EyamLots of lovely old details in the buildings around Eyam.
Rabbits in the GardenI assumed it was the people that looked after the gardens in Eyam, but apparently not.
Roast Sheep at EyamNot something you see in many places.
Leavin Eyam via the track near Fairview Farm.Leavin Eyam via the track near Fairview Farm.
Tideswell Lane out of EyamTideswell Lane out of Eyam.
Looking along Tideswell Lane Looking along Tideswell Lane with beautiful big trees and dry stone walls.
View towards Foolow and HousleyThe view towards Foolow and Housley from the air. I wonder if this landscape has been impacted by human hand ?
Dry Stone Walls from AboveThe dry stone walls are the signature of the landscape here and they are fascinating from above. Especially when collapsed and scattered as here.
Tideswell LaneThe stunning and calming sight of a gently meandering cart lane. Winding it's way through the fields of the White Peak near Foolow & Eyam.
More beautiful big trees along the laneLooking back down Tideswell Lane.
On the way into FoolowOn the way into Foolow noticed this little bike decoration on a shed and some paragliders in the sky.
Less is MoreThe landscape here is heavily farmed and levelled, the trees are long gone but in some ways that makes those which remain look all the more beautiful.
The Bulls HeadThe Bulls Head at Foolow and a selfie arm.
The Pond at FoolowThe pong and another beautiful house at Foolow in the Peak District.
More pretty gates, gardens and houses More pretty gates, gardens and houses at Foolow.
A lone tree in the field leaving FoolowThese cloudy summer days are always beautiful out in the countryside. The shifting light creates beautiful depth to the landscape and gives new opportunities to photos at various opportunities.
Bretton HensBack at the top of the hill towards Bretton and the Barrel Inn, a pretty garden with incredible views for a change.
The Barrel Inn at BrettonThe end of the walk back at this perfectly situation pub. Ideal spot for a shandy.
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