Friday 28th September 2018, the last day of our trek through our local Peak District hills. Yet another sunny day but thankfully several degrees cooler than yesterday.
It was quite a familiar route to finish with. From Castleton we headed up to the northern rim of Winnats Pass for the view and photos. Then across Mam Nick to Rushup Edge and on to Malcoff, Bowden Head before finally reaching the Roebuck pub in Chapel-en-le-Frith market place. After a quick celebratory drink it was just a couple of miles to reach home in Tunstead Milton.
Our trek took 6 days, covered 70 miles, was dry the whole time and showed us the unfamiliar side of some familiar places. I took 6 rolls of Ilford 400 Delta 120 film, with 10 shots to a roll that’s 60 shots in 6 days. My camera was a Mamiya 7 II which produces 7x6cm negatives. I carried just one camera and one lens, a 65mm. All of the blog post photos were taken on a Motorola Moto-X mobile phone and edited in the Google Gallery editor supplied with the phone. Mainly I just used the crop tool and occasionally the Curves tool to adjust brightness and contrast, especially for the black and white shots. Finally all phone photos were resized to 700px using Adobe Photoshop Express.
Here are a few photos from the last day.