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Posted by
Richard Irwin (Belper, United Kingdom) on 12 May 2007 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

There are two distinct upland landscapes in the 'peak district' area of Derbyshire, known as the white-peak, and the dark-peak. One is distinguished by limestone, the other by millstone grit. This shot is in the limestone area, the white-peak, and is not far from the town of Hartington, famous for blue cheeses, which are matured in caves.