Today I ran a personal Peak District photo course for Nick and Rex who work together in Windsor.
Not the best day weatherwise! Heavy rain delayed our start. Then we had a break in the weather, headed out and had over an hour dry and took advantage with some good waterfall photos in the Goyt Valley.
The rain returned at noon so we went for an early lunch at the Church Inn in Chelmorton. A sunny afternoon was forecast and we didn’t want to miss it!
As usual the sun came out while we were in the pub.
We resumed the day taking photographs of the small fields, dry stone walls and trees from Chelmorton Low, the hill behind the pub.
Big clouds came over to block the light so we went off for more waterfalls as they don’t need sunshine to make them impressive.
3 Shires Head was in full spate. I can’t remember seeing so much water here before, and I’ve been here dozens of times over the years. Lots of scope for stunning photos.
Only my Samsung Galaxy S3 phone to record for this blog. Hope these give you an idea of what it was like. The last 2 show how conversion to black and white changes the scene.