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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 - Windermere, Grasmere and Coniston(21 products)
Some of the more touristy and frequented areas in the central Lake District, but Grasmere can be very scenic, particularly on a calm morning with autumnal trees and Helm Crag reflected in the lake. The Old Man of Coniston is one of the most well trodden fells in the Lakes and elbow room on the summit can be in short supply. However it's an excellent walk if you can avoid peak times and the long train of others ascending or descending the same way.
Blog posts featuring Windermere, Grasmere and Coniston
I was recently back at Grasmere Hostel to update their photography, as Dave and Sally have been pretty busy since I was last there... (read more)
Most of my Lake District commercial photography takes me indoors rather than out these days, so it was great to be released into the hills on a shoot for Meindl boots recently... (read more)
After yesterday's snow, the Lake District is looking splendidly wintry once more... (read more)
It may not have the knife edge thrills and exposure of Sharp Edge or Striding Edge, and doesn't lead to a summit as famous as Blencathra or Helvellyn, but the Prison Band is a fine little rocky ridge leading to the summit of Swirl How. (read more)
On Friday I headed towards Tilberthwaite for a walk over Wetherlam, Swirl How, Great Carrs and back down via Wet Side Edge... (read more)