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I suppose this is another one you can file under the slightly surreal jobs list… (read more)
Please note – the last order date for guaranteed Christmas delivery for prints is Thursday December 14th… (read more)
The current issue of Country Walking magazine features a cover shot whilst I was out on a typically (ahem) glorious Lake District summer day on Bowscale Fell with Stuart Maconie. Stuart’s article inside gives plentiful reasons to visit this underrated little fell and the tarn it cradles, but shhhh, don’t tell anyone!
Fresh from a visit to Torridon with a great group of photographers, I was delighted to hear last week that this image, Dissolved, Slioch and Loch Maree… (read more)
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Photos - Wasdale and Eskdale(43 products)
Home to England's highest mountain (Scafell Pike), deepest lake (Wastwater) and voted Britain's Best View a couple of years ago, Wasdale is one of the more ruggedly wild and mountainous areas of the Lake District and probably my favourite area. Wasdale is also attributed as being the place where rock climbing first began as a sport, after the first ascent of Napes Needle on Great Gable in 1886. The Mosedale Round which starts from Wasdale Head is one of my favourite Lake District circular walks.
Blog posts featuring Wasdale and Eskdale
After spending the morning photographing a guest house in Keswick on Wednesday, I decided I could sneak an afternoon in the hills before heading back to finish the edit... (read more)
In amongst all the Christmas fairs, the mounting and framing and general frantic festivities, I found a little window of escape yesterday... (read more)
I looked up from the laptop at about 6pm on Tuesday evening, noticed how pleasant it was outside... (read more)
Despite this being a very mild season so far in the Lake District, it is most definitely winter on the higher fells at the moment... (read more)
As much as I usually malign summer for mountain photography, I can't think of anywhere else in the Lake District that suits an idyllic summer day as much as Upper Eskdale and Great Moss... (read more)