Shafts of evening sunlight penetrate the gloom in this awesome black & white photograph taken in a forest at Coniston, the Lake District.
This long gone tree once stood proud on the top of Scout Scar, Kendal, Cumbria before meeting it's fate during a severe gale.
A striking black & white photo print of Grasmoor reflected in Crummock Water.
Lying in a field, just under the road to Langdale from Ambleside near Chapel Stile, one finds these wonderful boulders that have become a magnet for local and visiting climbers alike. There is a little controversy with the site as it is now a designated English Heritage as an ancient monument of national importance. This follows the discovery of prehistoric "cup & ring" markings said to date back 2500 - 5000 years. However climbing, or as it's known here "bouldering", has not been banned and with a little respect from the climbing community all should be well for future climbers too.
Magical winter light plays on Sharp Edge, Blencathra, on a superb day on the fells. This awesome ridge catches many unawares, thinking it to be easier than Striding Edge, which is not always the case......