Raised footprints like these get formed when snow gets compacted beneath feet and the surrounding softer powdery stuff gets blown away. Here, on the summit of Fairfield, just caught by the early light, they make a nice sweeping line towards the Dollywaggon Pike to Helvellyn ridge as an ominous winter storm closes in in the background.
You’d be surprised at how few extensive panoramic fell views there are from low levels in the Lake District… (read more)
If you fancy a piece of lake frontage and your own private jetty on Windermere, this recent shoot for Ashdown Jones may just be for you…
Growing up in south Cumbria, the Duddon Valley was always a popular summer day out for us as kids (though I never did get around to jumping off the bridge at Ulpha… (read more)
One of the challenges of photographing such a wide range of property is conveying the very individual look and feel of each place… (read more)
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