Inversions in the White Peak

On the way to a one-to-one workshop in flash use with Simon Watkinson at In Focus, I headed up into the Peak District bright and early to catch the sun rise and a hopefully a nice temperature inversion. Reaching the top of High Wheeldon just before sunrise (having been held up by a very early and very slow truck driver) I was greeted by cloud filled valleys. Yeay!!

After taking some shots of surrounding valleys, Chrome Hill and Parkhurst Hill, and the sunrise, I moved a few miles over to Crowdecote for some more low cloud with trees emerging from it. A few images follow, including a 5 shot panorama. Other images are in the Landscape gallery.

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One Response to Inversions in the White Peak

  1. Jo Woolf says:

    Stunning photos! You got the Belt of Venus too. Beautiful.

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