I was going to walk it in April but, again, we all know what happened to April. So from 28 September to 14 October we walked the 268 miles of the Pennine Way – from Edale in the Derbyshire Peak District to Kirk Yetholm, just over the border into Scotland.
Each day was a mixture of hilarity and despair but I stuck to my plan and created at least one image a day, whatever the weather – using only a compact camera (and my iPhone) as I had enough to carry already – thank you.
This is a view over Broomlee Lough, just over Hadrian’s Wall but still in England, Day 14 and the longest day; it all blends into one after a few days on the trail but the end is within touching distance from here.
You can see more here, my first venture onto YouTube: