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All posts in: Lake District Walk

Sourmilk Ghyll And Easedale Tarn From Grasmere Lake District Landscape Photography 9

We’ve had a lot of rain in the Lake District lately meaning that the waterfalls have been impressive to look at. To make the most of this I headed up to Easedale Tarn via sour milk Ghyll hoping to capture some of the rainfall in the photos.

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The Fairfield Horseshoe the Lake District 3 1

Climbing the Fairfield horseshoe to get views over Windermere, Ambleside, Rydal, Grasmere and Helvellyn. On the map, it looked like a good walk so I decided to head out and give it a try

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Sharp Edge Blencathra. The Lake District

Last week I climbed sharp edge and got scared so I wanted to come back and face my fear and kill it before it lays eggs. Climbing mountains and looking down the big drops is my favourite thing to do so I want to keep in control of that fear.

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Clear Water Cascades Brotherswater. The Lake District
The plan was to go up to the Priest hole but on the way up I got distracted by a few scenes and decided that walking past them all, I would change the plans and experiment with some long exposures in the water. I've been up to the priest hole a few times now so
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Kentmere Horseshoe

Our first attempt at climbing the Kentmere horseshoe didn’t go very well. The conditions were to icy and we didn’t have crampons so we ended up abandoning that plan early and staying down in the valley. This time we waited for a sunny spring day and started walking up from Longsleddle heading towards Haweswater.

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Gummers How trees In The Mist

It was a rainy day in the Lake District so I decided to head up to Gummers how and head into woods so that I was slightly more sheltered. It’s not an area that I’ve really explored before so I followed my nose and headed up into the woods, where I stumbled on a fallen tree surrounded by the mist. The perfect place to do some woodland photography

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Scafell nd highest mountain in england

We started the walk in Eskdale and made our way up past Burnmoor tarn and then up onto Scafell. On the climb, we had views over Wastwater, Wasdale and Pillar. Near the top, the clouds surrounded us which didn’t look promising but fortunately, the clouds cleared and we had some great views.

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Coniston Old Man Dow Crag White Maiden. The Lake District

I put it to the vote on my Instagram page again and you wanted to see views from on top of Coniston Old Man, Dow Crag and the next hill on the horizon. After checking the map I realised it was called White Maiden. I’d never done it before so it looked like a good one to try.

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Grizedale Forest

I headed into the Grizedale Forest to experiment with some woodland photography. I’ve been doing photography for quite a few years now and never realised you could change the aspect ratio in the camera, so I decided to have a play with that. I learnt that I still don’t really like square photos but it was still fun to play

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Helm Crag. Grasmere. Christmas with the kaps

Every year we try to get all the Kappas together and go for a walk somewhere, this year we chose Helm Crag which is a hill close to Grasmere village in the English Lake District. There was still some snow left on the top so we got a white Christmas after all. Christmas dinner leftovers made for good sandwiches

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