The Centenary Stone on the shores of Derwentwater. It is a large split boulder of local Borrowdale volcanic lava placed in CalfClose Bay near Keswick to mark 100 years of the National Trust in the Lake District.
Boathouses on the River Leven at Newby Bridge. Frosty morning causing the mist on the water.
Located in the Lake District, Ambleside Pier or as some people may know it, Waterhead Pier is were you catch the ferries on Windermere.
Grasmere in the Lake District National Park, taken from Loughrigg Terrace.
The River Brathay at Skelwith Force near to Skelwith Bridge. Its name comes from Old Norse and means broad river.
Grasmere flowing over the weir as the River Rothay winds it's way down to Rydal Water and then Windermere. Beautful place to sit and contemplate lifes mysteries.
One of the many jettys located around the beautiful Ullswater in Cumbria.
Skelwith Bridge on the River Brathay. Skelwith is about 1 mile from Ambleside in the Lake District.
Slaters Bridge in the Lake District 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.
One of the waterfalls on Tom Gill Beck. Tarn How is drained by Tom Gill which cascades down over several small waterfalls to Glen Mary Bridge.
Boathouse on Coniston Water located near to Coniston Sailing Club. Coniston Water has a varied history, no more so than the scene of many attempts to break the world water speed record.
Cat Bells as seen from Keswick. It has a modest height of 451 metres (1,480 ft), but still gives you stunning view from the top.
View overlooking Grasmere taken from Loughrigg Terrace with the Bluebells out.
The River Brathay just above Skelwith Force near to Skelwith Bridge. Its name comes from Old Norse and means broad river.
Derwentwater as seen from Crow Park, Keswick in the Lake District. Cat Bells at the back is a poplular walk from Keswick and it has a modest height of 451 metres (1,480 ft).
View across to Walla Crag taken from the very bust Friars Crag.
Stunning sunrise over Lake Bassenthwaite with a misty Skiddaw at the back, Ullock Pike in front and Dodd Wood to the right.
Golden Retriever surveying her land as the sunsets. Taken at Walla Crag overlooking Keswick. You have Bassentwaithe lake, Dodds Wood, Skidaw, Latrigg all in the background.
Derwentwater as seen through the Gate at Crow Park looking towards Derwent Island and Cat Bells in the distance.
Lake Bassenthwaite with Skiddaw and Ullock Pike reflected in the water. Filter used to enhance the reflection.