I don’t normally post single photo posts but I really like this photo and think it deserves to have its own post. This is my favourite photo and you will see how much I like it in a minute.
This was taken at Dovedale in the Peak District, a stunning area in England. I went there a few years ago for a long weekend and did a few walks around the area. I remember that day was drizzling on and off as it does in England, and just before I took this photo the rain had stopped. I was walking along a stretch of tarmac country road, hurrying along in case it started to pour as it seems there were some overcast clouds drifting in. Suddenly I glanced to my right, and saw this stunning view. There were some overgrown grass right next to me, with pockets of white flowers shooting through. Behind that were rows of low stone walls dividing the green fields. It was hazy at the back, not sure if that was due to the rain clearing away or coming towards me. It was absolute stunning.
In fact I like this photo so much that when my bank offered personalised ATM cards, I decided to use this photo.
Dovedale is an beautiful area in the Peak District and the entire walk was an absolute delight. When I get my act together, I will write a proper post about this walk, but in the meanwhile, you can also check out my another posts about Chatsworth House in the Peak District.