Today I decided to walk from home through the fields to Monsal Head [about 1/2 mile] when I arrived there wasn't many vistors so I decended into the dale by the top path. After a dry summer there wasn't a lot of water in the river, but the weir still looked great.
will they finish this job today Keep going we've miles to go yet plenty of stone to move Tom Cox and John working on rebuilding a dry stone wall below Longstone Edge. The old wall was in need of repair after standing for about 200 years
I have lived in Great Longstone Derbyshire England for over 40 years.Now retired I spend my time playing crown green bowls at Tideswell, walking and photographing local views.I feel that there cannot be many better places in which to live.I hope after viewing my photos you will agree.Great Longstone is one of the most atractive areas in the Peak District National Park. Whatever the season there is plenty to see and photograph.Here are some of my photos taken on my walks over the last few years. MW