A Herdwick sheep in a barn below Helm Crag walking out onto the path and checking if the path was clear. All of his friends had already made there way down the path leaving him at the back. He stood there for a little while with his head poked out before walking out a bit further and standing underneath the tree. Once he realised we weren’t the humans that brought food he went and caught up with the rest of the group.
I liked how the building was quite old and had some moss on the roof, it also had some holes on the front side that looked a little bit like a face as well, it doesn’t look like it wants its photograph taken… Or it’s asleep
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Looking down onto Easedale tarn from Helm Crag as the clouds roll over the tops briefly revealing Great Langdale. You can see a group of people down by Easedale tarn in the sunlight. Apparently, they’d camped there the night before… Tougher people than me
This was taken from on top of Helm Crag in the English Lake District, it’s quite a popular walk from Grasmere as there is a rock formation that looks like a lion and a lamb on the top. I was more impressed with this view over the tarn and up to Great Langdale than I was of the rocks though[insert page='print-short-description' display='content'] Read More