I think most parts of England have had heavy snow recently, and thankfully the Lake District has been no different.
A whole new landscape presents itself, one in a constant state of flux, snow and ice constantly accumulating or receding depending on temperatures.
The landscape is also simplified, and on overcast days is uncomplicated by colour, lending itself perfectly to more abstract shots.
Below you can find a trio of mine, taken from a walk up Great Gable, but all resulting from a short section of Styhead Gill. If I’d taken them all in the same orientation they may have made a nice cliched triptych 🙂