The finest stretch of rural English countryside to be found in the Peak District.
Brightly coloured garden flowers bursting through the greens.
Garden daisys protecting their leaves by folding them away in the shade.
Sunburst of yellow flower among pretty pink in an Edale garden.
A dandelion surronded by pretty purple bursts of colour.
Climbing into the fields away from Edale, sheep sought out the shade of the trees.
Hunger & heat leading to efficiency as this sheep sinks to the ground, possibly into the ground.
A sheep hoping I was carrying some kind of sprinkler system I guess.
The climb up to the summit of Grindslow Knoll feels likea proper mountain climb due to it's steepness.
Grindslow Knoll gives a beutiful view across the rolling hills of the Peak District.
Cotton Grass surrounds the stone stepped paths across Kinder plateau.
Heath Bedstraw on Kinder Scout in early June
Cotton grass is a beautiful natural phenomenon, perfect to photograph up close.
Early June and the cotton grass starts to appear on the high moorland.
Edale Rocks exploding out from the Kinder plateau.
View through the cotton grass of gritstone rocks on Kinder.
The rocky outcrop of Grindslow Knoll
Yellow buttercups frame up a classic stone barn in the Peaks.
Probably the best colour of sheep to found in the Peaks.