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Peak District In Film | Part 3

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nikon f4, kodak gold 200, developed by carmencita film lab

On our last day, we visited Chatsworth House and took our time looking around the house. There were so many beautiful art and sculptures to admire. We continued our visit by exploring the gardens, that had fountains, maze (where we excitedly joined but failed miserably!) and greenhouse.

Before driving back home, we stopped by Bakewell for delicious roast dinner at The Peacock and visited The Old Original Bakewell Pudding Shop.

Peak District is truly beautiful and I am thrilled that it is only about an hour away so next time we’d like to visit north part – I hear Upper Derwent Valley is a must visit. If you are a regular visitor of Peak District, I would love to hear your recommendations!

This post is continued from Part 1 and Part 2.

Peak District In Film | Part 2

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nikon f4, kodak gold 200, developed by carmencita film lab

I captured these beautiful landscapes when we did Mam Tor circular walk, climbing to the summit of Mam Tor and walking back to car park via steep narrow path, broken road caused by a landslide (amazing to look at), Blue John Cavern, and fields where we met some sheep friends. They mostly looked like they wanted to kill us though!

This post is continued from Peak District | Part 1.

Peak District In Film | Part 1

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nikon f4, kodak gold 200, developed by carmencita film lab

Last month, Aneurin and I made an impromptu visit to Peak District. We were camping in a lovely campsite near Buxton, and Bakewell just 15 minutes drive away. We spent the first day visiting Bakewell for late breakfast, setting up our temporary home, and searching to buy camping hook up plug so that we could have coffee in the mornings!

In second day, we found out how unfit we were by walking up a very steep hill to Peveril Castle in the village of Castleton, but the beautiful views we got in the end was definitely worth it. We then visited Eyam, a ‘plague village’ that went into voluntary quarantine, and because of that it is one of best-preserved villages in the area. We also went to beautiful Eyam Hall and its gardens.

I took so many photos they will be distributed in next few posts. Next time, I’ll tell you about our Mam Tor circular walk, naturally with more landscape photos featuring some cute sheep I met along the way!