Landscape Photography - Black Clough Ice - The Dark Peak

Posted on 10th July 2010 by Mark Tierney

Here are some images to cool you down on ‘another’ hot English summer’s day smile These images were taken last year when it was just a little colder than it is today. They were taken at one of my favourite locations in the Peak District – Black Clough in the Dark Peak. It is quite a tricky place to get to even when there is no ice on the rocks. I had to be very careful because I was on my own and there was no phone signal! As you can see from all the ice in every image it was very cold and I soon lost feeling in my feet especially after slipping into the icy cold water! The temperature in my car said -6°C outside but I wouldn’t be surprised if it was even colder than that! Here are some of my favourites from my trek into The Peak District.

Tagged under: freezing, ice, landscape photographer, landscape photography, derbyshire., dark peak, black clough


About the author: Mark Tierney

Mark Tierney is a Yorkshire based Contemporary Wedding Photographer covering the UK and beyond.