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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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Herdwick Sheep Crossing The Road At Elterwater. Great Langdale

After photographing the sunrise at Ullswater, we took the scenic route home and went via Ambleside and Elterwater. Inbetween the 2 we were greeted with this view over Great Langdale so we pulled over.

As we got out of the car we spotted a dog chasing some of the Herdwick sheep over the fields followed by the farmer. This worked out well for me as the sheep made there way over to the road and then crossed over. There are not many things more lake district-y than the Herdwick sheep

 

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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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Cycling in the langdales. The Lake District

A group of cyclists making there way up the through the Lake District lanes on the way up to Blea tarn with Great Langdale filling the sky in the background. The snow and clouds hugged the top of the fells whilst the green grass filled the fields.

We walked up from Blea tarn up to where the cattle grid is at the top of the road to get a better view into Great Langdale, I scrambled up a little bit higher to get a better view of the road as I noticed some people making up further down the hill. I waiting until they were all in the frame and go the photo with a snow covered Great Langdale behind

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Decision making in the Lake District. Herdwick sheep

We had just climbed up Helm crag – also known as the Lion and the lamb near Grasmere in the English Lake District. On the way down we walked past this old barn. In front of the barn was a little track which happened to be full of Herdwick sheep as they had just walked out making their way to fresh grass. This sheep got left behind by the big group, before walking out he checked if the coast was clear.

He walked out of the gateway and stood underneath the tree that was providing a little bit of shelter before he spotted the rest of the group and ran down the track

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A Herdwick sheep checking if the coast is clear. The Lake District

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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Great Langdale in the clouds above Easedale tarn. The Lake District

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

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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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