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Rites of Passage: On the Edge…

On Saturday morning, we gathered on the Edge above Baslow. The rocky landscape here is one we know well, capturing and melding the wild essence of the land with the lives of its people, through history, necessity and modern Man’s … Continue reading

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Earth, stone and sky

Whenever I arrive in the north too early to meet my companion, which I try really hard to do, I treat myself to a little time alone on the moors. As I seldom have much time, I often stop at … Continue reading

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Holy cow…

Friday morning we were on the road towards our evening meeting bright and early. It was a glorious morning with sunshine pouring between clouds low enough to touch from where we were on the top of the moors. There is … Continue reading

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