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henryb

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Ladybower reservoir and Win Hill
« on: 20:15:29, 16/02/20 »

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Ladybower from Win Hill
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Walking beside Ladybower reservoir
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Took this photo as I approached Win Hill
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Took this photo as I approached Win Hill[/size]
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Crook Hill
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Ladybower
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Bamford and Stannage Edge
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Crook Hill
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Re: Ladybower reservoir and Win Hill
« Reply #1 on: 06:36:00, 17/02/20 »
Lovely photos Henry. thanks. Been up in the Peaks more this winter and getting to know the area slowly. Have you seen any white hares on your walks? Been looking, but no success. I know others that have seen them so they are there.
Love your photos. Would appreciate some advice on how to do it as mine come out small. Thanks

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Re: Ladybower reservoir and Win Hill
« Reply #2 on: 16:28:06, 17/02/20 »
Great photos Henry O0
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Re: Ladybower reservoir and Win Hill
« Reply #3 on: 19:39:40, 17/02/20 »
Nice photos, Henry. Been a long time since I visited the Dark Peak.
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Re: Ladybower reservoir and Win Hill
« Reply #4 on: 20:28:02, 17/02/20 »
Great pics Henry.  You've reminded me I have a walk taking in Crook Hill waiting in the wings.


What were the conditions like underfoot? (Assuming you've done this walk recently.)
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Re: Ladybower reservoir and Win Hill
« Reply #5 on: 09:50:38, 18/02/20 »
Nice  O0  Looks like Autumn judging by leaves.
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henryb

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Re: Ladybower reservoir and Win Hill
« Reply #6 on: 20:13:49, 18/02/20 »
Thanks for replies everyone.
@titch22 I've not seen any white hares but I've only been three times. I'm using https://imgbb.com[/color][/font] for my photos.
@ Mel I did this walk two weeks ago and conditions were very marshy underfoot. My waterproofs got very muddy. Thanks, Henry

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Re: Ladybower reservoir and Win Hill
« Reply #7 on: 18:23:43, 19/02/20 »
Lovely pics henry  O0
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henryb

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Re: Ladybower reservoir and Win Hill
« Reply #8 on: 20:21:50, 20/02/20 »
Thanks April :)

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Re: Ladybower reservoir and Win Hill
« Reply #9 on: 21:18:22, 02/04/21 »
Great photo’s. Thanks for posting.

richardh1905

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Re: Ladybower reservoir and Win Hill
« Reply #10 on: 18:05:34, 06/04/21 »
Missed this - some great photos of country that I used to frequent a long time ago.  :)


Edit - I should pay more attention - I have already commented!
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Zizag

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Re: Ladybower reservoir and Win Hill
« Reply #11 on: 20:36:18, 06/04/21 »
Lovely photos and nice scenery Henry,
of all the places I
used to walk and hike when I lived In Glossop
Local to all these places .
Happy memories .
Thanks for shareing.

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Re: Ladybower reservoir and Win Hill
« Reply #12 on: 21:08:51, 06/04/21 »
Over a year ago but none the less very lovely . :coolsmiley:
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