Tag Archives: Derbyshire

Well Dressing, a strange English custom

Well dressing is a tradition that dates back hundreds of years although its origins remain a mystery. The wells are dressed with large framed panels decorated with elaborate mosaic-like pictures made of flower petals, seeds, grasses, leaves, tree bark, berries and … Continue reading

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Castleton and Winnats Pass in the Peak District……………….

It was a glorious sunny morning today so I decided a little photographic trip out would be in order. I considered several places including the Yorkshire Dales, Lake District and the British Waterways Museum at Ellesmere Port (you may well ask?) … Continue reading

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