Aira Force waterfall, Ullswater
Aira Force waterfall near Ullswater in the Lake District. Probably the most famous of the Lake District waterfalls, Aira Force is a beautiful waterfall set amongst ancient woodland and landscaped glades.
Buttermere Reflections 1
Wide angle view of Buttermere on a still day. At about 4 miles, the lakeside walk is well worth the effort!
Sunset on Derwentwater 1
Sunset on Derwentwater at Keswick. A good spot for photographs!
Buttermere Reflections 2
View along a very still Buttermere. At about 4 miles, the lakeside walk is well worth the effort!
Loughrigg Tarn near Elterwater
Loughrigg Tarn with the Langdale Pikes in the background. We passed the tarn on a circular walk from Elterwater. Great area for walking, beautiful countryside.
Sunset on Derwentwater 2
A jetty on Derwent Water bathed in warm sunset light. It was a beautiful evening.
Sheep in front of a snowy Blencathra.
Hills above Coniston Water
Looking down from the hills above Kelly Hall Tarn towards Coniston Water, which can be seen at the right of the photograph.
Sunset on Derwentwater 3
Reflections in Grasmere. A great lake to walk around; very photogenic, especially when still.
Misty, still morning at Keswick jetties on Derwentwater.
Wast Water on a cloudy, slightly drizzly day - even the weather couldn't take away from its beauty.
Kelly Hall Tarn
Kelly Hall Tarn is situated on Torver Back Common to the west of Coniston Water. It derives its name from a nearby building that has since been demolished. The small tarn may be reached by following the footpath from the car park opposite the Landrover garage on the A5084 onto Torver Common. The walk can easily be extended into nearby hills, which give views down to Coniston Water.
Castlerigg Stone Circle
One view from Castlerigg Stone Circle, near Keswick, on a windy day of sunshine and heavy showers.
Buttermere Reflections 3
The classic view of Ashness Bridge near Keswick with the fells behind. Passed this beautiful spot on a very pleasant walk to Watendlath Tarn.
A view of Tarn Hows near Coniston in the Lake District on a showery, blustery Autumn day. The path to the right of the photo makes an easy, picturesque 2 mile walk around the tarns.
Rainbow over Glenridding
Rainbow over Glenridding looking across (I think) to Glenridding Dodd. Glenridding is a starting point for a number of varied walks (we were on a walk past Lanty's Tarn). Ullswater 'Steamers' also sail from Glenridding.
View down the Langdale Valley on a walk from Elterwater. Magnificent mountain scenery.
View from near Howtown
Snowy hills near Howtown, taken on a very pleasant short walk (3 miles) around Hallin Fell, beginning and ending in Howtown. We reached Howtown by sailing from Glenridding. I think the conical fell in the centre is Steel Knotts, but I'm not sure!
Derwentwater from Jenkin Hill
View of Derwentwater from the Jenkin Hill route up Skiddaw. The Jenkin Hill route is the easiest way to reach the summit of Skiddaw and gives great views of the surrounding area.
View of Ullswater on a walk from Howtown to Glenridding. Good walk - about 7 miles, I think - some good views of Ullswater and the surrounding hills.
Wastwater on a cloudy, slightly drizzly day - even the weather couldn't take away from its beauty.