Lake District Photography

10th April 2012
I've just returned from the first of my April trips, this one to the Lake District National Park. I managed to have all four seasons in the space of just a few days, the fells were covered in snow when I was arriving, this was followed by a day of lovely sunshine and finally two days of cloud and rain.

Staying in Keswick is a great base for exploring the north of the lakes, which in my opinion is more picturesque than the more touristy south. Here's just a selection of images taken on this trip.


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Cloudy dawn at Ashness Landing on Derwent Water.

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First light of the day illuminating The Langdale Pikes, viewed from Blea Tarn.

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Langdale Pikes reflected in Blea Tarn.

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Keswick Launch boats on Derwent Water at dusk.

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Overcast dusk at Ashness Bridge, looking towards Skiddaw.

Derwent Catbells
Skiddaw, Keswick and Derwent Water from the Catbells.









Comments

Photo comment By Alex: These are fantastic, Chris. Looking at these makes me want to get back up there asap!
Photo comment By Sam Spilsbury: Stunning. couldnt possibly pick a favourite as theyre all perfect.

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