As promised, some of the beautiful purpleness we found up on the Peaks surrounding the Edale Vale in the Peak District.
As we were passing this slope full of beautiful heather a passing Scotsman commented that I was dressed to match the heather… I was actually going for the giant blueberry look, dressed as I was from head to toe in purple, but I still took his comment as a compliment.
These spiky balls of delightful purple caught my eye and I couldn’t resist taking a quick snap with my phone.
And similarly this little beauty.
And that’s one of the things you have to love about life. Wherever you look you can find beauty. If you choose to see it. Weeds to some are beautiful flowers to others.
A soggy climb up Jacobs Ladder to the top of a windswept peak could be considered a form of torture to some – for my very good friend and I this week, it was an adventure. And we loved it!
Even if he did step thigh deep into a bog. I assumed he did that to make me laugh and he succeeded.
And getting lost was just an opportunity to walk another ridge – where we discovered the most amazing natural rock sculptures that we would have missed if we hadn’t taken a wrong turn.
Off to the Lake District tomorrow. I wonder what purple I’ll find there!