Author Topic: Longshaw Estate and close up with two deer at Curbar Gap  (Read 376 times)

Lee in Doncaster

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Re: Longshaw Estate and close up with two deer at Curbar Gap
« Reply #1 on: 13:45:58, 22/09/20 »
Great to be back isn't it? I held off going for a while after lockdown ended due to the crowds that were descending upon the Peak District, and then the couple of occasions I have gone back, I've gone on a weekday and concentrated on the less popular areas. Thats a great photo of the deer!

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Re: Longshaw Estate and close up with two deer at Curbar Gap
« Reply #2 on: 20:51:49, 22/10/20 »
Well done on snapping the deer.  I've done the Froggat/Curbar/White Edges walk a couple of times around this time of year for the autumn colours and spotted massive herds up on White Edge  :)

Lee in Doncaster

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Re: Longshaw Estate and close up with two deer at Curbar Gap
« Reply #3 on: 20:54:03, 22/10/20 »
Well done on snapping the deer.  I've done the Froggat/Curbar/White Edges walk a couple of times around this time of year for the autumn colours and spotted massive herds up on White Edge  :)




When we drove over the Eastern Moors to reach Parsley Hay on Monday I was disappointed to not see any deer...there are usually some to be seen from the road.
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