It’s always much more than ‘just a card’ isn’t it? It’s sending a thought out to someone and showing them that you care.

My Peaklass greetings cards all feature my own Peak District photographs, capturing the beauty of this wonderful place throughout every season, from the first bluebells of Spring to the deepest snowfall of Winter.

They are blank inside for your own message and suitable for any occasion. They’re square, 6 x 6″ (15 x 15cm), printed in vibrant colours on very high quality card stock and supplied with an envelope. They arrive with you in a compostable cellophane bag to keep them clean in transit.

 

  • Dappled Light

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    These woods above the village of Hathersage in the Peak District are a family favourite of mine - easily accessible and with an abundance of trees to climb, rocks to scramble over and secret glades to explore. The spaces between the trees allow the sunlight to filter through, and in the Spring it looks wonderful as the light hits the bluebells and creates shadows on the little grassy paths.
    Peak District Images | Peak District Spring | Bluebells | Bluebell Woods
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  • Spring Light

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    It's always an uplifting sight to see the first bluebells of the year, a return to colour and light, a sure sign that the grey, dark days of Winter are behind us. This little patch of bluebells were very early, and I chanced upon them while walking along the lanes near the pretty village of Fenny Bentley on the Derbyshire/Staffordshire border. They were among trees on a hillside, and must have been perfectly positioned to catch that early Spring sunshine to allow them to bloom almost a month before the flowers closer to my home. I spent ages in that wood, missed an appointment and ended up with a wet bum, but it was all worth it!
    Peak District Images | Bluebells | Spring Flowers
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  • A Quiet Walk

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    This lovely lane is in Staffordshire, not far from the little Peak District village of Wetton. The setting sun was turning the sky a beautiful pinky purple, which matched the colours of the wild scabious flowers in the verges. It was a warm, quiet evening and just a very pretty scene that I felt privileged to be able to capture.
    Peak District Images | Peak District Lane | Summer
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  • Summer Lane

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    This is a little gated lane just outside the Peak District village of Hathersage, and it was a perfect early summer day when I chanced upon this view, with the road winding through the bright gorse ahead and into the trees. What I couldn't capture was the scent of the blossom in the tree above ... and the incredible noise of the thousands of bees enjoying the flowers!
    Peak District Images | Peak District Summer | Country Lanes | Hathersage
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  • The Secret Path

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    This wonderful little path on the edge of the Peak District village of Pilsley is a hidden gem, especially in summer, when it's so crowded with cow parsley that it feels like you're fighting your way through a very English country jungle. It's a feast for the senses to walk here; it looks so beautiful but it smells divine too, and the sound of the birds singing their little hearts out is incredible.
    Peak District Images | Peak District Summer | Pilsley
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  • The Light Beyond

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    This beautiful, quiet lane between the villages of Grindleford and Eyam is a wonderful place to wander in every season and at every time of day, but I felt so incredibly lucky to chance upon it in the summer mist, with the sun shining through those magnificent beech trees beside the gate.  Everything had a slightly ethereal, magical glow.
    Peak District Images | Peak District Summer | Trees
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  • The Stanage Massive

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    The hardy sheep on Stanage Edge really do seem to love their time on the moor, bounding around from rock to rock, grazing among the heather, and always enjoying those incredible views! This little crew were exploring together on a summer evening but they were very happy to pause and stand, posing perfectly for me against the sunset sky.
    Peak District Images | Peak District Sheep | Stanage Edge
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  • Peak Fluff

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    This beautiful girl is one of the Highland Cows that live on Baslow Edge in Derbyshire. They're perfectly suited to grazing the rough ground and heather on the moor and are very well equipped against the harsh winds with those wonderfully thick coats. I love the flash of sunshine that picks out her highlights!
    Peak District Images | Peak District Summer | Highland Cow
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  • A Summer Field

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    Poppies are such beautiful flowers, with their poignant symbolism and their fragile, delicate, tissue-paper petals. They're also very fickle about when and where they grow. The seeds can lay dormant in soil for up to 100 years and need light to flourish, so you'll only find poppies in ground that has been disturbed. This might explain why this Peak District field in Bubnell was an absolute sea of poppies one year, yet had not a single bloom in it the following year. It made me feel even more privileged to have seen it, and to have been able to watch the sun set over these crimson petals.
    Peak District Images | Peak District Summer | Poppies
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  • Remembering

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    Poppies are such poignant flowers, with their delicate, paper-thin petals. To see so many in this beautiful field in the Peak District village of Hassop was an incredible privilege, and the storm clouds above just added to the drama and colour of the scene.
    Peak District Images | Peak District Summer | Poppies
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  • Peak-a-Boo

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    The rocky outcrop of Higger Tor, high above the village of Hathersage, is one of my favourite places in the Hope Valley to watch the sun set. With the right conditions the whole valley floods with a golden light, and the surrounding fields and farms are beautifully lit, with trees casting long shadows over the landscape. On this particularly evening the light was just glorious, and I knelt down on the slightly damp heather to line up a shot of the golden fields beyond these gritstone rocks. Then, as I did so, this curious little woolly face peeped around the edge of the rock as if to say "what the ...?!" I'm amazed I managed to fire off a shot in focus because I was giggling so much. This is one of my own personal favourite ever photographs, as much for the reminder of the laugh as for the image itself. Peak District Images | Curious Sheep | Hathersage | Higger Tor
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  • A Country Evening

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    I chanced upon this lovely little scene in the pretty village of Hulme End. The low sun was setting through the trees and lighting up the quiet lane, and that bright red telephone box just looked perfect by the old stone wall. It's a scene that can't have changed much for decades.
    Peak District Images | Peak District Summer | Red Telephone Box
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