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Howegrain beck leading into the clouds. Martindale

Stood on the bridge that goes over Howegrain beck in the Martindale Valley looking up towards the Nab. We’d spent the morning photographing the deer and the was intermittent rain all morning mixed with sunshine. Once we looked back from next to Martindale Church you could see the two kinds of weather mixing together. The sun had blown out most of the details as it shone through the clouds that had filled the valley.

On the beck is a large tree that your eye is drawn to whilst driving, it was silhouetted because of the suns location adding a bit of contrast to the light areas

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Martindale with the family

We had the full pack of Kappas at home around the same time that the deer rut was happening. I convinced them all to get up early and we headed into the Martindale Valley near Ullswater to watch the deer

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Red deer silhouettes against the clouds

The day started well, we got there just after sunrise and saw a herd straight away. There was a large stag with a group of hinds. we crept up to the wall and got a few of them walking through the field and then through the river

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St Martins Church Martindale

The Old Church of Saint Martin in the Martindale valley

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Red deer silhouettes against the clouds

We climbed up higher into the Martindale to try and get level with the deer that we spotted on the horizon. We sat watching the deer down in the bottom of the valley and as we were getting ready to leave we noticed a group of deer up on the hill behind us.

The sun was behind the hill so there was no details on our side but I liked how the silhouettes stood out against the bright white clouds, with the occasional bit of blue sky

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Brothers water and the Grisedale valley

We climbed up to Angle tarn after photographing the red deer rut in the morning to get views over the tarn and down on to Brothers water. As we got here it started to rain which worked out better for the photographs as it made the landscape a lot darker. When the sun finally came out it lit up the fields surrounding the water and the trees on the side of the Grisedale valley. To the left of the water, you can see the river making its way down Kirkstone pass

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Red deer stag surrounded by his herd

A few months ago we climbed up Hallin fell and then had a quick trip up this valley and saw a lot of red deer. Since they are rutting at the moment it seemed like a good choice of places to go to try and see the stags getting rowdy.

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Red deer stag surrounded by his herd

I was up at Martindale looking for the red deer rutting as well as some landscape photography. I failed with the wildlife for most of the day but on the way back down I spotted this group of deer. I followed the wall up, keeping low giving myself a chance to get closer without scaring away the deer. When I looked over the wall I spotted the stag standing proudly in the middle, surrounded by all of the females in the herd

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Howegrain Beck Leading Towards The Nab. Martindale

Looking down Howegrain beck towards the Martindale valley and the Nab. There was a layer of snow up high which disappeared on the lower fells.

I stopped here because of the tree next to the river which caught my eye but once stopping I soon realised there was a lot more to see

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Herding Sheep On Prison Crag. The Lake District

Whilst climbing up High Street in the English Lake District I spotted this shepherd herding the sheep down Prison crag towards Hartsop

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