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Landscapes of the Lake District

Here is my 2022 portfolio of Lake District landscape photographic images. These stunning prints are all available to buy via secure PayPal servers, with a choice of loose prints, canvas prints, and framed prints by arrangement. Please ask for details on framing options. 

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Ashness Bridge in Autum

A 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. Simply click on the image to explore size and format options.
Canon EOS1D Mk11; Canon EF24-105 L IS USM Lens

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Ashness Bridge in Winter

And once again, I'm happy to present you with this lovely vision of Ashness Bridge. This time in winter, with a snow capped Skiddaw as a splendid backdrop. Available in many size and finish options, just click on the picture so view.

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Blencathra from Walla Crag

Blencathra, seen across from the summit of Walla Crag, Borrowdale, on a lovely summer day. Please click on the picture to explore size and price options etc.
Captured using my trusty Canon EOS 5D Mk11 with a Canon EF 24-105 L IS USM Lens.

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Storm over Derwentwater

This is a magic photograph of a storm over Skiddaw and Derwentwater. Taken from below Falcon Crag, Borrowdale, with my Canon EOS5d Mk11 and EF24-105 L IS USM Lens. Available in a choice of formats, simply click on the picture to expand.

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Blea Tarn 1

Blea Tarn, Little Langdale, looking glorious with its autumn hues on show. Click on the picture to expand and explore options.
Canon EOS 1D Mk11; Canon EF 24-105 L IS USM Lens.

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Blencathra from Walla Crag

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

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Scafell at Dawn

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. Canon EOS 5d Mk11; Canon EF 24-105 L IS USM Lens. Click on the picture to expand and explore....

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Rowan Tree, Eskdale

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. Please click on the picture to expand and explore size options etc...
Canon EOS 1DS Mk11; Canon EF 24-105 L IS USM Lens.

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Tarn Hows in late autumn

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.....just click on the picture to expand and explore size and price options etc....

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Yewbarrow, Wastwater

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. Click o the picture to open up and explore...

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Grasmoor over Crummock Water

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. Just click on the picture to expand and explore options...

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Dusk at Derwentwater

A beautiful photograph of snowy Blencathra reflected in Derwentwater as the light begins to fade. Please click on the picture for a bigger better view and to see options..

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Dow Crag, Coniston

Dow Crag, above Coniston, looks imposing as it towers high above Goats Water. This is taken from the Walna Scar track up from Coniston. Glance upward at this point and you can't miss it...!
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The Mighty Dow Crag

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...!
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Summers' eve at Wastwater

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.

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Red Tarn, Helvellyn

Red Tarn, nestling below Helvellyn, looks stunning in winter. You can see a few lucky souls high on Striding Edge if you look closely. Click on the image to zoom in and see purchase options.
Canon EOS 5d Mk11; Canon EF 24-105 L IS USM Lens.

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Brotherswater Dawn

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.

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Bowfell in Winter

A stunning image is seen here of Bowfell in winter, captured from the summit of Lingmoor Fell, Great Langdale.

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Langdale Pikes from Lingmoor Fell in autumn

The iconic profile of the Langdale Pikes is fully appreciated here in this lovely picture of the pikes. I took this from half way up Lingmoor Fell on the Blea Tarn side, in late autumn afternoon sunshine. Glorious!

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Castle Crag, Borrowdale

A glorious view along the gorge below Castle Crag, Borrowdale. Snow capped Skiddaw is clearly visible in the distance.

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Crummock Water from Red Pike summit

Crummock Water & Mellbreak

A stunning day of perfect reflections at Crummock Water in the autumn. Here we look at Mellbreak across the water. Delightful.

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Looking down Langdale

A wonderful scene, looking straight down the length of the Langdale valley from high up on Crinkle Crags. Early morning sunlight makes it work beautifully, well worth the pre dawn start involved. Canon EOS5d Mk11; EF24-105L IS USM Lens.

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Helm Crag, Grasmere

Helm Crag, above Grasmere, has to be a big favourite for many a traveller to the Lake District. Relatively easy access with a short uphill pull. The iconic summit rocks of the lion and the lamb are well known.

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