The English Lake District is located in Cumbria, north west England.
It is a country of mountain and lake with hanging valleys, and deep ravines.
With changeable weather, the sun was putting in periodic appearences when it created these wonderful crepuscular rays.
Bluebell season in the valleys is a special time
Birch Tree On Holme Fell
Langdale Pikes viewed from Holme Fell
Looking up Wastwater toward upper Wasdale with Yewbarrow lit by a small Sunray
Haystacks is located at the eastern end of Buttermere.It is on Haystacks where Alfred Wainwright wantedhis ashes spread, in Innominate Tarn
A Yew Tree on Lingmoor is blown bare on one sideby the prevailing westerleys.With Elterwater in the background
Wise Een Tarn
You can just make out the outline of Langdale Pikes over thetop of Lingmoor in the middle distance, on a stromy autumnal day
Aira Force is 70ft high near the westerly shore of Ullswater
A clear frosty dawn on Rydal
Elterwater to Helvelyn
Autmnal colours on a rosty morning,taken from Oxen Fell
Looking up Dovedale in the distance.After this lovely dawn, it then commencedto rain for the rest of the day
Sky, Mountain & Lake
Looking up Derwent Water at dawn, past Walna Cragto Skiddaw in the distance.
The awesome Scafells with Scawfell nearest and Scawfell Pike- the highest - looking slightly cowed behind
A dreamy summer dawn on Loweswater,with Melbreak in the distance on the right
The iconic Langdale Pikes have come to epitomiseLakeland being the most photographed
Looking down Ullswater toward Glenridding, with the famous steamer en-route to Howtown
Looking down Little Langdale with Lingmoor in the middle distance, and the Langdale Pikes beyond
Birch Trees surviving Lakeland
Great Gable & The Scafells
Looking up upper Wasdale towards Great Gable from Yewbarrow, with the Scawfell range (the roof of England) on the left
Copyright © All Rights Reserved