Easedale Tarn, Blea Rigg and High Raise. Then Fairfield.

There’s no real story to tell here, so you’ll all be delighted to know this is a bit of a random selection of images with few words.

Winter snapped back in the Lake District briefly last weekend much to my delight. On Sunday afternoon I walked up past Easedale Tarn on to Blea Rigg with no set destination, and eventually found myself atop High Raise at dusk. Things turned pink and magical and, as I’d forgotten the headtorch, I ended up running back down to Grasmere in moonlight.

The next morning I set out (in the dark again) aiming for Fairfield via Grisedale Tarn, and again the light didn’t disappoint…. enjoy!

Seat Sandal and Fairfield from Blea Rigg

Easedale Tarn

Towards Great Gable from Sergeant Man


Scattered Rocks, High Raise

High Raise, Dusk

Helvellyn Range at dusk

And the next morning….

Helvellyn Range from Fairfield at dawn

Same again, slightly later, cloud clearing

Fairfield Cairn and Helvellyn Mono

Raised footprints, Fairfield

Cofa Pike and St Sunday Crag

Over Great Rigg towards Windermere

I fear that may be it for this (rather pitiful) winter, so from here on in it’ll be daffodil photos from me 😉

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3 Responses to Easedale Tarn, Blea Rigg and High Raise. Then Fairfield.

  1. Simply breathtaking. Words can’t do justice to how inspiring these shots are – thanks so much for sharing them 🙂

  2. Pauline Turnbull says:

    Easedale Tarn, beautiful, a spiritual place for me. A heavenly place taken from a heavenly angle, words are inadequate but the photograph does it justice, wonderful!

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