Above Ullswater on Place Fell, a stunning view of Hartsop and Brotherswater can been seen through the morning storm. The cloud and mist was being whipped by strong winds, snow beginning to fall and the sun was breaking through in intermittent bursts. A stunning location, given so much more by the atmospherics on the day.
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.
A lone fisherman on Ullswater in his canoe making the most of the beautiful weather and location.
A beautiful calm day at Derwentwater afforded the opportunity to pick up some lovely reflections of the Skiddaw mountain range reflected the the still waters.
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.
Ashness Jetty is located on Derwentwater in the Borrowdale Valley of the Lake District., close to the town of Keswick. On a calm clear day, Derwentwater offers fantastic reflections of the surrounding hills and sky. Views across to Catbells and other well known tops can be enjoyed from this great location.
A lovely resting spot on the ascent to Place Fell from the village of Patterdale. No doubt this seat receives regular attention from walkers who want a quick break from the initial steep ascent, or those simply wanting to admire the fantastic views of the area
A 3 shot panoramic image of Ullswater. with Norfolk Island sitting alone in the centre. Across the water is the magnificent backdrop of the snowcapped mountains including Helvellyn and Striding Edge
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
A view along to Wasdale head, looking over Wastwater towards the Scafell range of mountains.
Looking along the Borrowdale Valley just as the light returns after a heavy downpour.
A view through a welcoming open gate onto the autumnal Ulpha Fell and across to Pike O'Blisco in the English Lake District.
Looking down from the ascent to Sunday Crag a couple gaze along the beautiful Ullswater.
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.
Place Fell in The English lake District is a hill that overlook who's western flanks overlook the lake of Ullswater and the villages of Patterdale and Glenridding. Located on close to High Street, the trig point is captured in the first snow of 2017 with distant views of the snow covered Helvellyn range.
A view over the English Lake District village of Patterdale, from the ascent unto High Street and place Fell, located on the western shore of Ullswater. Looking into the distance, the snow covered Helvellyn range, amongst others can be seen.
View into Patterdale Village from across Goldrill Bridge, in the English Lake District.
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.
An image of Haweswater in the English lake District, captured after a rain storm had subsided. The view north along the lake, takes in Mardale Common to the right and Bason Crag and Whelter Bottom to the left.
A view into Haweswater, a lake in the English Lake District, looking northwards towards The Rigg. The autumnal colours beginning to show on the fells and a low water table after a very dry summer.
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.
Tarn Hows is located in the English Lake District close to Coniston and Hawkshead. A very popular visitor attraction, it is fed at the north end by a series of valley basin mires, flowing out via Tom Gill over a series of small falls to Glen Mary Bridge
Tarn Hows is a picturesque tarn located in the Lake District of England, close to Hawkshead and Coniston. The tarn itself is fed by run off from a series of valley and basin mires at its north end, drawing out via Tom Gill and a number of small waterfalls to Glen Mary Bridge
Looking out over Tarn Hows towards Coniston Water, from the slopes of Arnside Intake, in the English Lake District.
Standing above Tarn How and Coniston Water on Arnside Intake, looking across the fells to Birk Fell, Ambleside.
Tarn Hows is a picturesque tarn located in the Lake District of England, close to Hawkshead and Coniston. The tarn itself is fed by run off from a series of valley and basin mires at its north end, drawing out via Tom Gill and a number of small waterfalls to Glen Mary Bridge.
A sunset view from White Cross Bay, Windermere. In the foreground the yatchs and motor boats are moored at the jetty, in the distance the sun sets behind Scale Head and Latterbarrow
Looking out from White Cross bay, across Windermere towards the sun as it sets behind the rise of Scale Head and Latterbarrow.
Looking out across Windermere at the setting sun as it disappears behind the rise of Scale Head and Latterbarrow, casting stunning light onto the high clouds.
Tarn Hows is a picturesque tarn in the English Lake District located close to Coniston, Hawkshead and Ambleside. A beautiful tarn, surrounded by beautiful scenery, it is a place for a stroll, hike or a picnic.
Boats at Ambleside Pier, Waterhead, on the shores of Windermere, as the sun sets behind the rise of the Langdale Pikes.
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.
A stunning Spring view out over Ambleside, across Windermere to the beautiful Langdale Pikes