Crinkle Crags viewed from the start of the ascent at The Oxendale Footbridge, the morning winter sun casts a golden glow onto the Crinkles, and the light is just catching the Oxendale Beck.
The two part Slater Bridge takes advantage of a central large rock and a very long slate slab to cross the River Brathay on its way from Little Langdale Tarn to Elterwater. This is one of Lakeland’s ancient pedestrian bridges, connecting the hamlet of Little Langdale with the many slate quarries in the Tilberthwaite area, including Cathedral Quarry and the Hodge Close Quarry,
Little Langdale is a valley in the Lake District, England containing Little Langdale Tarn and a hamlet also called Little Langdale. A second tarn, Blea Tarn, is in a hanging valley between Little Langdale and the larger Great Langdale to the north.
A summer view along Lake Ullswater as seen from the ascent to St Sunday Crag from Patterdale Village.
A view out over Wastwater, with the road running alongside the lake, taking you to your destination of Wasdale Head and the magnificent Scafell and Great Gable. Driving or walking the area has stunning scenery and is a joy to photograph
Looking along the Borrowdale Valley just as the light returns after a heavy downpour.
Angle Tarn, located on the Angletarn Pikes, located near to Patterdale in the English lake District. The Tarn give its name to the pikes which surround it. Captured here as the sun is beginning to set, casting rays onto the pikes, lighting the area.
Innominate Tarn is located in the northern Lake District National Park. Located close to the summit of Haystacks, it is the location where Alfred Wainwrights ashes were scattered. Innominate translates as without name although it was formerly called Loaf tarn.
Ion the col, between Crinkle Crags and Bowfell, lies three tarns, which give the name to the area. This is the tan that sits next to Bowfell, it is not always present, but here, it is shown frozen. Looking out to the distance is Esk Pike out towards the Scafell Range.
Looking north from The Rigg across Haweswater in the English lake District. The lake is, bordered by Mardale Common, Bason Crag and Whelter Bottom. The autumnal colours being to show on the hillsides.
A stunning Spring view out over Ambleside, across Windermere to the beautiful Langdale Pikes
The Bonscale Towers are two cairns that sit on the ascent to Bonscale Pike, from the area of Howtown. Looking past the towers, across Hallin Fell takes you to Glenridding.
Looking north along Derwent Water towards the town of Keswick and beyond to the Skiddaw mountain range.
The sun setting towards the Langdale Pikes in the Lake District, has its colour muted to pastels by the clouds. In the foreground the boats are moored at Ambleside Pier, Waterhhead, after a busy day on Windermere.