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Frozen Ponds Near Great Langdale The Lake District

I was making my way up to Crinkle Crags near Great Langdale in the English Lake District when I spotted this small frozen tarn which was see-through so you could see the rocks underneath with a layer of ice on top.

Off in the distance, you got a view of Great Langdale which was scattered with shadows caused by the clouds and harsh sunlight. I stopped here on the way back down to see how it would look with different light but all of the ice had melted a few hours later

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Scafell Pike Being Swallowed By The Clouds

We climbed up Crinkle Crags in the English Lake District to get views over Great Langdale and Scafell / Scafell Pike. When we first got to the top it was quite sunny with a few clouds behind the Scafell range. By the time we’d had dinner, the clouds started to roll in and swallow up the range starting from the left on Scafell before making there way over to Scafell Pike.

On the top of Scafell Pike, you could see the Cairn/platform with people standing on the top. We watched their views disappear as the clouds rolled in and surrounded them

 

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A Herdwick sheep watching over Great Langdale

We had just made our way past Angle Tarn on the way down from Bowfell when I spotted this Herdwick sheep stood watching over Great Langdale. I took my bag off and got down low and slowly made my way over towards where the sheep was stood so that I could get more of the Langdale valley in the frame and get the sheep more prominent in the frame.

Fortunately, as I got the photo framed up the sheep looked towards me and stared me down. It looked like he was watching over Great Langdale.

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The snow scattered on Bowfell and the band

I watched the snow storm roll in over Bowfell and the band before coming across and hitting me. Before the storm, you could see pretty much all of the grass on the hillside but once it passed through there was a layer of white covering it all. It only took about 30 minutes for this to happen. Fortunately, I got there just before so I had the best of both and could see the difference.

 

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Great Langdale Panorama from Pike O Blisco

Just as I got to the top of Pike O Blisco the snow clouds rolled in and surrounded me. After hiding behind the cairn for 10-15 minutes the views opened up offering this view of Great Langdale and up on to Bowfell

 

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Stare Down With A Herdwick Sheep On Pike O' Blisco

A stare down with a Herdwick sheep on the way up Pike O’ Blisco with Crinkle crags in the background.

We were making our way up to Pike O’ Blisco in the English Lake District to get the views over Great Langdale from the top. As we climbed up I spotted this Herdwick sheep staring me down so I slowly approached to get a better composition. The sheep stayed there for the photo, in the background, you can see Crinkle crags with the clouds rolling over the tops with the grassy verge rolling over behind the sheep.

I don’t think you can find many things more Lake District-y than the Herdwick sheep and the mountains. They always seem to have a smile on there face too

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Pike O' Blisco - 2015-09-26

We decided to try and catch the sunset from the top of Pike O’ Blisco in the English Lake District. We started from Wrynose pass and quickly rose to the top. We had views of Crinkle Crags with the clouds rolling over the top and then we caught the blue hour at the top with views over Great Langdale

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