The Peak District Calendar
by Tom Hodgson Photography, beautiful views of the Peak District for the rest of 2020 in this A4 calendar.
Tom Hodgson Photography presents a selection of images from England’s most accessible outdoor destination, the Peak District is known and loved by millions for rich experiences offering relaxation, inspiration and adventure. Discover and experience a place of contrasts and hidden gems, full of ancient customs, local food, rural traditions, festivals and events. An area of stunning natural beauty, with moors and dales, rivers and valleys, reservoirs, springs and caverns, with at its heart the Peak District National Park. Spanning four English counties in the heart of the country, the area is home to dozens of fascinating market towns & pretty villages, world famous attractions, heritage sites and breathtaking landscapes. So take home your own 12 unique views of the Peak District in The Peak District Calendar 2020.
Have a look at the preview images below for the calendar:
The Peak District calendar front cover
The Peak District Calendar 2020 back cover
Example inside view of The Peak District Calendar 2020
The Peak District Calendar – January
The Great Ridge. The early morning glow highlights a mist settled in both the Edale Valley and The Hope Valley, divided as if on a knife edge by The Great Ridge.
The Peak District Calendar – February
Cavedale with Peveril Castle. Carved behind Castleton sits Dovedale, this dramatic little valley which boasts it’s own castle sitting at the ridge, beyond Peveril Castle you can see Winnats Pass and Mam Tor also known as The Peak District’s ‘Shivering Mountain’.
The Peak District Calendar – March
Over Owler Tor. Looking back towards Hathersage in the late evening sun with the face of these Peak District rocks highlighted by its warmth.
The 2020 Peak District Calendar – April
Stanage Edge. Dramatic shafts of light known as crepuscular rays beam down across Hathersage and the rest of the Hope Valley.
The 2020 Peak District Calendar – May
Chatsworth Hunting Tower. A moody sky sets off the late afternoon sun pinpointing the hunting tower as though it were a stage spotlight in this popular Peak District scene.
The 2020 Peak District Calendar – June
The Salt Cellar. The unusual and striking shape of The Salt Cellar surrounded by heather glowing in the evening Peak District sunset.
The Peak District Calendar 2020 – July
Win Hill. Looking away from the sunset back towards Bamford and capturing the warm glow across the summit and trig point on Win Hill with a little pink highlight in the sky from this Peak District sunset.
The Peak District Calendar 2020 – August
Dovedale. Bright greens of Summer in the Manifold Valley from above Thors Cave, stunning rolling green hills of the White Peak area of The Peak District.
The Peak District Calendar 2020 – September
Above Priddock Wood. Bright purple and pink hues of this Peak District heather glowing amongst the evening sun setting across Ladybower Reservoir.
The 2020 Peak District Calendar – October
Winnats Pass. Always an amazing place to watch a stunning Peak District sunrise from, Winnats Pass is a dramatic part of the Hope Valley and lends itself to a stunning sunrise when the conditions are right.
The 2020 Peak District Calendar – November
Higger Tor. A warming Peak District sunset dropping a warm glow across the landscape above The Hope Valley.
The 2020 Peak District Calendar – December
Crow Chin. An amazing striking afterglow from this section of Stanage Edge, the colour became incredibly intense and covered everything with a pink hue reflected from the power of the sun casting up into a thick cloud blanket above the snow, giving a delightful wintery Peak District sunset.
The calendar can be shipped worldwide and every year it often does ship to most corners of the globe, if you live locally to Bamford you are also welcome to arrange collection, all of which can be done when you get to the checkout.