Snow scenes from Cheshire and Derbyshire taken on the first Saturday in February including Bosley Canal Locks and a walk through Shacklow Woods on the banks of the River Wye.
|Bird footprints in the snow taken near the remains of a water mill, (right photo) near Shacklow Woods on the banks of the River Wye. There are a number of walks that can be planned to include the mill as it is close to Ashford in the Water as well as Monsal Dale and the nearby Sheldon Village with its Mining History and the remains of Magpie Mine.|
|Views taken close to Chelmorton near Buxton as the snow begins to thaw, it had mostly all gone by mid afternoon despite the cold start to the day when many cross Pennine routes were closed due to the treacherous conditions as a result of snow and freezing temperatures.|
|More photos of Bosley locks just off the Congleton to Buxton road (A54) in Cheshire and the tiny Walker Barn Chapel near Macclesfield, the church was also once used as a school and was built in 1863 funded by voluntary contributions.|