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An awesome result gained from a pre dawn start from Glenridding. Here we have first light gracing Helvellyn, with Striding Edge to the left and Swirral Edge and Catstycam to the right.
The magic of Striding Edge, Helvellyn, is well illustrated here in this stunning photograph. This was captured from the summit of Nethermost Pike, using my trusty Canon EOS 5d Mk11 camera and EF 24-105L IS USM Lens.
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. Try a click on the image to explore and see options.
Well now, here's a wonderful photograph of the Langdale Pikes and Pavey Ark from a much closer viewpoint than normally seen. This was captured on my Canon EOS5d Mk11/Canon EF24-105L IS USM Lens at 105mm. I really rather like this one, what do you think...?
Crinkle Crags and Bowfell seen from near the summit of Lingmoor Fell, Langdale. A glorious day, clear and cool, gave rise to a fabulous depiction of my favourite Lake District fells. Canon EOS 5d Mk11; Canon EF24-105 L IS USM Lens
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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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. Simply click on the picture for a bigger view and menu.
The Fairfield range rises above the mists on a glorious autumn morning. This was captured from the top of Black Crag above Tarn Hows, Coniston.
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Crinkle Crags and Bowfell seen from Pike o'Blisco summit. A gloriously warm spring day with the last of the snows clinging to the tops. Captured with my Canon EOS 5d Mk11 with EF24-105 L IS USM Lens. An excellent and versatile combination which is extremely affordable these days.
Ullswater and Glenridding on a clear crisp winters day. Perfect, and a fine reward for the early start. This was captured with my Canon EOS 5d Mk11 with EF 24-105 L IS USM Lens from the lower slopes of Place Fell on the opposite shore. Just give a click on the picture to open it up and explore all the options...
This must rank as one of my favourite photographs ever. Taken from the flanks of Lingmoor Fell, above the Blea Tarn side of Little Langdale, and looking straight across to Langdale valley with Bowfell and the Langdale Pikes shrouded in cloud. Awesome! Canon EOS 5d Mk11; Canon EF 24-105 L IS USM Lens, please click on the image to explore the size, media, and price options.
Pillar and Great Gable in early morning, captured from the summit of Great End. Camera; Canon EOS1d Mk11; Canon EF24-70 L IS USM Lens
A magical photo print of a storm breaking over Bowfell, as seen from the summit of Black Crag above Tarn Hows. This is a tremendous viewpoint as it looks out directly to Langdale across Little Langdale valley. Stunning.
Canon EOS 5d Mk11; Canon EF 24-105 L IS USM Lens.
This magical photograph of the Coledale and Derwent Fells was captured using my Canon EOS 5dMk11 with a 24-105 L IS USM Lens. This is the magic moment for landscape photographers where the light, colour and contrast all come together for just a few moments. Blink and you miss it! But you have to put the effort in, and get out there early, taking a chance on the weather that may or may not give you the perfect conditions......
And here's the second magical photograph of the Coledale and Derwent Fells. This was also captured using my Canon EOS 5dMk11 with a 24-105 L IS USM Lens. The magic moment for a landscape photographer where the light, colour and contrast all come together for just a few moments is well illustrated here. Blink and you miss it! An early start will hopefully pay dividends, but I've spent many a long cold morning hoping the weather may give you the perfect conditions. It doesn't always work out, but this time it did, big style.
Tarn Hows displaying it's late autumn colours. A magnificent place to while away a sunny day, especially with the first snows on the tops. Beautiful.
Ashness Bridge in autumn, shown here in the full panoramic version, perfectly illustrates the beauty of this popular location at this time of year.
Ashness Bridge in autumn, shown here in a semi panoramic crop, perfectly illustrates the beauty of this popular location at this time of year.
The full beauty of Wastwater is revealed here in the glorious photo print captured in early autumn when colours are at their very best
Scafell and Scafell Pike as the sun rises and the moon sets simultaneously. This was quite some morning, well worth the 4am start to be on the summit of Bowfell for first light.