Below: from the same spot, a lay-by on the edge of the Peak District National Park camera turned through 90 degrees, zoomed out a bit.
Back in Duffield, the weather on Boxing Day was sunny though with a strong wind in the west. Time for a short walk with Dziadzio.
The landscape with its many folds and ridges catches the eye in the distance, and my Nikon Coolpix P900's long lens can pull out the compositions
Before a late gammon lunch, time for a second walk, with Moni, Eddie and our local guide, Cousin Hoavis. Along the Ecclesbourne Valley Railway (no trains running today), to Hazelwood, then up Nether Lane to Hob Hill.
And back towards Duffield...
The sun sets behind the ridge along which runs the Wirksworth Road.
Below: abandoned, broken into, vandalised, burnt and partially collapsed; house on Hazelwood Road
This time last year:
Across the High Peaks
This time two years ago:
Derbyshire's rolling landscapes
This time three years ago:
Our Progress Around the Sceptr'd Isle
This time four years ago:
Out and about in Duffield
This time five years ago:
Boxing Day walk in Derbyshire
This time six years ago