About Lake District Landscape and Ulverston Photographic Greeting Cards
How big are they?
Inches- 5.83 x 8.27
cm- 14.8 x 21
What are they printed on?
350gsm Silk paper
What's inside the card?
They are blank inside so they can be used for any occasion, from birthdays to a gift for someone that likes walking in the Lake District
How much are they?
They are £2.50 each
How much is postage?
Rest of Europe
1-4 = £2.60
5-9 = £3.60
10+ = Free
Rest of World
1-4 = £3.50
5-9 = £4.50
10+ = Free
Can I combine postage?
I've combined some things manually e.g above. If the computer algorithm/magic all lines up you should get the best price available. Please contact me if it doesn't though.
How long does it take for the card to arrive?
UK - Royal mail = 3-5 days
Rest of Europe - Royal mail or DPD courier = 6-8 days
Rest of World - Royal mail or UPS Courier = 6-8 days
Cancelling an order:
If you have ordered a card and would like to cancel the order, please contact me as soon as possible.
If you contact me before the card is posted I will refund your money.
If you're unhappy with your card e.g. It's been damaged in the post please contact me with a photograph of the print. I will reimburse the shipping costs for you to return the print to me and then I will reprint or refund your order as soon as I receive the print, whichever you prefer.
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Lake District Greeting Cards
001 Walking The Sunset Skyline Through The Clouds. Dow Crag
This photo was taken from the top of Coniston Old man just as the sun was starting to set. You could see all of the clouds rolling over Dow crag and there was a group of people making there way across the horizon. I waited until they were all separate along the ridge capturing the cloud inversion coloured by the sunset behind them with the silhouette of Dow crag below them.
002 Reflections On Wastwater. The Lake District
This photo was taken from the end of Wastwater looking up towards great Gable. The sun was setting somewhere behind me which gave a nice light over the water reflecting the screes and the blue sky
003 Great Langdale From Elterwater
This photo was taken from the edge of the river Brathay that leads up to Elterwater. You could look across all of the fields and tree leading you up to Great Langdale towering above everything.
004 Stare Down On Pike O Blisco. The Lake District
This photo was taken whilst climbing up Piko O' Blisco. The Herdwick sheep stood there watching me as I crawled up to get the shot. It looked quite impressive with the clouds rolling over Crinkle Crags in the background
005 The Old Tree, Spark bridge. The Lake District
This photo was taken on the road leading through Spark bridge. We were making our way to Pike O Blisco when we saw this view on the side of the road. Frosty grass leading up to the old tree filled with birds and surrounded by sheep. The sun was starting to rise and you got a faint glow of light through the mist lighting up the trees in the background
006 A Herdwick sheep watching over Great Langdale
This photo was taken on the way down from Bowfell near Angle Tarn. The Herdwick sheep was stood above Rossett Ghyll watching over Great Langdale
007 Reflections On Haweswater. The Lake District
This photo was taken from the edge of Haweswater looking up into the clouds (That I would soon be in) with the reflection down into the water
008 Reflections On Coniston water. The Lake District
This photo was taken from a pier on the East side of Coniston. We went for the sunrise but we got our geography a bit wrong, fortunately we still got the views. You could see the reflections in the water and the clouds were crawling over the snow capped fells
009 Coniston Steamboat Under Coniston Old Man. The Lake District
This photo was taken from a fell on the side of Coniston. I wanted to get a view across to Coniston Old Man and Dow crag so I started on the waters edge and started walking. The walk was rewarded with this view over the autumn trees and onto Coniston water. The steam boat came up the water which help show how big the fells are
010 Autumn Trees Surrounding Windermere . The Lake District
This photo was taken from a fell on the side of Windermere. The autumn colours were starting to make an appearance so I waited until one of the steam boats came through to get the photo. You can look up the water and up to the Fairfield Horseshoe
Ulverston Greeting Cards
011 Looking down over Ulverston town from the Flan