Side Pike is a beautiful mountain above Blea Tarn and opposite the Langdale Pikes. Here it is shrouded in mist which is indicative of the changing and unpredictable weather in the Lake District.
Pooley bridge stood from 1764 as shown here until being washed away in floods in December 2015. The bridge straddles the River Eamont at the northern end of Ullswater.,
Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway was originally a branch line of the Furness Railway and carried passengers and freight from Lakeside to Ulverston and Barrow, then south to Lancashire. This was closed by British Rail in the 1960’s, and now the only part remaining is the 3.5 miles from Haverthwaite, through Newby Bridge to the terminus at Lakeside.
A lone tree grows on the banks of Ullswater Lake in the Lake District, Cumbria. An area of outstanding natural beauty the weather is fickle, ever changing which is what makes the Lake District such a special place.
One of the many streams in the Lake District that flow through the woodlands of this beautiful natural countryside.
A big sky over the fells of the Lake District, breaks in the clouds produce wonderful pools of light over the moorland.
This lovely landscape depicts the green pastures merging with the fells and pikes in the Lake District.
Beautiful light shines on the valley with the rolling mist coming over the fells behind. In this image you can see why walkers can lose their way out on the fells.
The Lake District is stunning in Autumn, the light is so magical!
The Langdale Valley lies in the heart of the Lake District. This rugged landscape depicts all that the Lake District stnads for, the dry stone walls, rough paths, wind blown trees and dark farm builidngs all make this beautiful countyside so popular with tourists.
A lone tree stands in a field in the Langdale Valley.
Dry stone walls, bracken and rocky fells are the signature of the Lake District in Cumbria.
Blea Tarn, is in a hanging valley between Little Langdale and the larger Great Langdale to the north, here rainbow crosses over the beautiful valley from one side to the other.
A view of the beautiful Langdale Valley from the oldest cottage in the valley, Pye Howe.
A typical landscape of the beautiful Lake District, the fells and pikes in the background enveloped in a mist sloping down to a lake which is surrounded by grassy, barren land.
Stone barns like these are common in the barren landscape of the Lake District. This barn is surrounded by dry stone walls and clearly has an outside encloseure, suggesting its use as a barn to house sheep.
The clouds are coming down the fells and into the valleys. The Lake District is renowned for its inclement weather which can soon turn a fabulous day into dramatic grey skies.
Hard Knott is a fell in the English Lake District, at the head of Eskdale.
This narrow road winds it’s way though the Langdale Valley in the Lake District. Pye Howe is the oldest cottage in the Langdale Valley and opposite a barn houses fodder for the sheep. Crinkle Crags can be seen in the distance.
Crinkle Crags is a fell in the English Lake District in the county of Cumbria. It forms part of two major rings of mountains, surrounding the valleys of Great Langdale and Upper Eskdale.
Pike of Blisco, or Pike o' Blisco, is a mountain in the Lake District in Cumbria, England. Located between the valleys of Great Langdale and Little Langdale. Here sheep huddle together in the Langdale Valley.
Coniston Water is about five miles long and half a mile wide. Above its western shore, the mountain of the Old Man of Coniston towers above the lake and the village. There are a number of wooden jetty where boats can tie up. Three are some spectacular walks around the lake.
Coniston Water in Cumbria is the third largest lake in the English Lake District. It is five miles long by half a mile wide, has a maximum depth of 184 feet. It drains to the sea via the River Crake. Coniston water was where Donald Campbell was killed trying to break the world speed record.
Beautiful views of the wild and rugged terrrain of the Lake District.