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.
With parts of the Yorkshire Dales national park lying within the boundaries of Cumbria, it’s no wonder that lines get blurred and I occasionally find myself over the border… (read more)
I’ve photographed around 300 cottages for Sally’s Cottages over the last few years… (read more)
Ashdown Jones are specialists in unique Lake District homes. I’ve been working with them for a couple of years now and have photographed… (read more)
The views across to the Derwent Fells from Applethwaite are some of the finest from any village in the north Lakes… (read more)
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