In wintertime there are always a few days when clouds become trapped in The Hope Valley because of a phenomenon known as "temperature inversion". Perhaps I should have driven out of the city a couple of hours earlier in order to capture the entire visual magnificence of today's temperature inversion but never mind - at least I was there, for once with my trusty camera. As I strolled in the sunshine that beamed down upon Stanage Ede, in front of me the cloughs and wooded valleys were dramatically wreathed in white cloud. It was wondrous to behold. Here are just four of the images I snapped:-
Sometimes we should count our blessings that we have the gift of sight. Click on these pictures to make them bigger.