Early morning late February photograph taken on an incoming tide. Within the space of about a minute after taking this photograph was taken the colour in the sky disappeared, it turned very dark and we were pelted with hail stones. Worse, the incoming tide washed over the top of my wel..
Two days of cloud and rain then a clear cold night produced the most wonderful morning on Cat Bells. Taken at the end of September you just know as you climb up through the mist into clear air that you are in for a spectacular view.Image size: W 51cm x H 18.5cm..
Crummock Water from the lower slopes of Rannerdale Knotts. Early July and it was blowing a gale. Buttermere Fells in the distance including a prominent Fleetwith Pike and Hat Stacks.Image size: W 51cm x H 18.5cm..
A lovely morning with lots of mist and a bit of colour in the sky. The photograph was taken from the north western shoreline between the sailing club and Banks Point so you are shooting into the rising sun from this point. Luckily the mist has helped hold back the brightness of the sky..
The boat landings by The Inn on the Lake at Glenridding are probably the most photographed in all The Lakes. Quarter to six on a freezing but calm April morning. The sun is just about to rise and a light layer of frost covers the landing. The scene was actually darker than the photogra..