Flashback Friday…

Stanton Moor as seen from 300ft above Barn Farm Campsite at Birchover Derbyshire.




Stanton Moor is a small upland area in the Derbyshire Peak District of central and northern England, lying between Matlock and Bakewell near the villages of Birchover and Stanton-in-Peak. It is known for its megaliths – particularly the Nine Ladies stone circle – and for its natural, wind-eroded sandstone pillars.

Nine Ladies Stone Circle.