I welcomed the end of exam season with open arms and a well deserved trip away to the peak district with Sam. I’m not usually one for camping but considering we were booking this holiday a week before we planned to leave, we weren’t spoilt for choice; a Shepherds Hut it was. Now, despite my initial doubts I fell in love immediately. The hut, fitted with a double bed, country furnishings and log burner paired with the farm style kitchen made for a cosy home away from home. It was filled with quaint detailing that captured the history and culture of the Shepherds Hut perfect, and being a bit of a history nerd I was certainly not complaining. We were surrounded by nature, including a beautiful pair of horses in the field next door and the Linacre Reservoir only a ten minute walk away, Sam was in photographers heaven to say the least.
Driving for long periods of time is not comfortable, there’s no denying it, and although we were only on the road for an hour and a half, I refused to sit in the car fidgeting for the whole journey. Because of this I threw on my black stretchy jeans and a relaxed tee so I could sit happily in the car without bothering Sam by moaning about how uncomfortable I was. To add a little something extra to the look I added my cherry red Dr Martens and a leather jacket (borrowed from Sam of course). Overall the ensemble allowed for a nice collection of photos.
Sorry that this post is so short but if I wrote about the whole trip in one post it would be unbarebly long, so instead I have a post prepared for each day- keep your eyes peeled!
Thanks for reading,