Walking The Ridge to conquer Mam Tor
As the oldest of all the national parks in Britain, The Peak District has been delighting walkers and ramblers of all abilities for 65 years.
Changing colours and low sun in November can combine to give dramatic image effects. This photo by Andy Stephenson uses a low angle to highlight the amazing shade of the fallen leaves
This photograph was taken by Andy Stephenson in Sherwood Forest and uploaded to the Geograph Project.
It was taken in November 2019, and originally titled "Autumn moves to Winter". Andy said "Although the toadstool (Fly Agaric) and the fallen leaves are still autumnal colours, there is now little foliage on the trees, the sun is very low in the sky and frosts are becoming common."
Image available under a creative commons licence.
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