Ashness Bridge captured in glorious autumn light. Available as a loose print, canvas print, or a choice of framed options. See sales area for all purchase options.
Another striking image of Ashness Bridge, Borrowdale, captured in glorious autumn light. Things are looking a little bleak up on Skiddaw in the background but that only serves to highlight the splendid colours on display. Ashness Bridge is found on the road up to the tiny hamlet of Watendlath.
And once again, I'm happy to present you with this lovely vision of Ashness Bridge in winter, with a snow capped Skiddaw as a splendid backdrop.
Blea Tarn, Little Langdale is a favourite spot for photographers through all seasons. However, the autumn never fails to impress with the glorious combinations of colour on show.
Blea Tarn, Little Langdale, looking glorious with its autumn hues on show.
A lovely photograph of Place Fell and Angletarn Pikes soaking up some autumn rays. Captured with a Canon EOS5D Mk11 with a 24-105 L IS USM lens. This is seen from the descent off Hartsop above How looking straight down and along Deepdale, one of the eastern fells more isolated valleys in its upper reaches.
The classic view of Bowfell and the Langdale Pikes as seen from Lingmoor Fell summit. The valley leading away is that of Mickleden with the notoriously steep Rossett Ghyll to finish. Bowfell and The Band are clearly visible to the left of the picture, with the ridge running off to the left to Crinkle Crags. An absolute favourite and still my best selling photograph of all time. This iconic photo was taken late afternoon in the autumn when the light is at its best on the fells.
A lovely image of some of the more woolly residents at Tarn Hows, near Coniston, Cumbria. Available in a choice of print sizes on satin photo paper, stretched canvas or fine art media. Framed options are coming.....
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The true majesty of Great Langdale becomes evident on beautiful winter days like this. Starting left we have Pike o'Blisco and Crinkle Crags, onward to Bowfell and Esk Pike with Great End just peeping through in the background, and finishing with the always steep Rossett Ghyll. Fabulous stuff.
Angletarn Pikes, which sit above Ullswater, in the English Lake District. This is now a very popular spot due to its' relative ease of access and stunning views on a good day such as this. The whole of the Helvellyn range opens up before you from here. Photograph taken with a Canon EOS5d Mk11 & EF24-105 L IS USM Lens.
An awesome picture of a moody Blencathra as seen from the top of Walla Crag, above Borrowdale. Autumn really is a fantastic time to be out and about here in the Lake District
A beautiful and serene photograph of Grasmere taken at first light on a crisp January morning.
Scafell at sunrise as the moon sets behind Scafell Pike. Days like this don't come along so often and I was really pleased to be able to capture this stunning image from the summit of Bowfell.
A lonely Rowan stands proud high in the Eskdale Valley. This image was captured in late September on a gloriously moody day on the fells below Scafell.
A lovely image of Tarn hows in the late autumn. With colour on the trees and snow on the fells the picture is complete. A truly magical place.....
Yewbarrow may not be the biggest or highest but it makes a mighty impression towering above Wastwater. In this strong light it looks far bigger than it actually is, as illustrated here in this photograph taken from across Wastwater on Illgill Head
A beautiful day at Crummock Water gave rise to this stunning photograph of Grasmoor reflected in the lake. It doesn't get a lot better than this in the Lake District at a quiet time of year.
A beautiful photograph of snowy Blencathra reflected in Derwentwater as the light begins to fade.
Dow Crag, above Coniston, looks imposing as it towers high above Goats Water. This is hallowed ground for the many climbers that come to enjoy the superb rough rock on offer here, with routes of all grades to suit all standards. Follow the Walna Scar track up from Coniston and you can't miss it...!
This photograph captures the essence of the Langdale Pikes from Little Langdale. I took this from half way up Lingmoor Fell from the Blea Tarn side early one spring morning.
A truly beautiful and tranquil image of Wastwater on a summers' eve. This is our deepest lake, and wasdale is home to our highest mountain, Scafell Pike, the flanks of which can be seen rising up to the right of the picture.
A glorious autumn morning inspired an early start to capture first light at Brotherswater. This is looking across to the mighty Dove Crag, shrouded in mist.
An iconic picture looking along the approach ridge to the top of Beinn Tarsuinn, and onward to A'Chir, Cir Mhor and Caisteal Abhail in the distance. The coastline in the far distance is that of the Kintyre Peninsula. Pure magic.
Stac Pollaidh, Gairloch & Ullapool region, N.W. Scotland. Is there anywhere else on earth as beautiful as this magical corner of the highlands...?