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Collection: Lake District

This is where it all started for me many years ago - that beautiful, rugged landscape that changes with every passing season. Sometimes spectacular, sometimes moody and often wet but always very special to me. No area calls me back like this one - it is my spiritual home.
In these galleries I've tried to capture all the moods and changing light conditions that the Lake District has thrown at me, from stunning reflections in still lakes and tarns to rainbows and dramatic skies before and after storms. It's a particular joy to be out in this area in the 'golden hour' and capture some great sunrises and sunsets.
For me the Lake District is one of the world's special places and I hope that you will enjoy sharing it with me.

Autumn sunshine at Friars Crag

Best Selling Images of Lakeland

(43 images in collection)

These are my best selling Lakeland images. Whilst they represent only a small percentage of my portfolio, the rest of which you can find in their individual Categories, they consistently prove to be the most popular. It’s a list of images that has been...

Langdales Rainbow at Elterwater Tarn Panorama

Lakeland Panoramas

(38 images in collection)

Panoramic images have greatly increased in popularity over the last few years. I normally mount my camera on a tripod and take two or three images which are then ‘stitched’ together using specialist software. Sometimes however, I will simply take a single image with the...

Mist below Coniston Old Man

Lakeland Mountains

(23 images in collection)

These are all images that I have taken whilst out fell walking with my camera in hand. I like to get out onto the fells whenever I can to capture images which may not be accessible to everyone. I will be adding to this Collection...

Snow on the Langdale PIkes from Elterwater Village

Lakeland Valleys & Tarns

(24 images in collection)

Here you will find images of some of the Lake District’s most iconic places. These range from Slater Bridge and Blea Tarn in Little Langdale to St.Bees Head on the Cumbrian Coast, and from La’al Ratty the narrow gauge steam train which...

First light on Dubs Hut Haystacks

Buttermere, Crummock Water & Loweswater

(35 images in collection)

If I had to have a favourite lake, it would have to be Buttermere. It’s a real gem and still relatively quiet compared to some of the other lakes. To the north-west is the beautiful Crummock Water, which is often unjustifiably overlooked in favour...

A Perfect Day at Derwentwater

Derwentwater & Castlerigg Stone Circle

(41 images in collection)

Derwentwater lies immediately south of the market town of Keswick. There are four islands within the Lake one of which, Derwent Island, is inhabited. The most popular way to enjoy the lake, other than by walking the paths around its shores or climbing Catbells, is...

Bluebells at White Moss Common near Grasmere

Grasmere, Rydal Water & Thirlmere

(16 images in collection)

Grasmere is a small lake which lies alongside the village that shares its name. It was popularised by William Wordsworth who composed much of his poetry during walks around it and its surrounding fells whilst living at nearby Dove Cottage and Rydal Mount. Along the...

Rainbow at sunset over Wasdale

Wastwater & Ennerdale

(9 images in collection)

Wastwater is the deepest lake in the Lake District and lies in the Wasdale Valley. The steep slopes on its south-eastern side are known as the Wastwater Screes. It is overlooked by some of the highest mountains in England, including Scafell Pike, Great Gable and...

Footpath through Dodd Wood, Bassenthwaite

Bassenthwaite Lake

(12 images in collection)

Bassenthwaite Lake is one of the largest lakes in the Lake District. It lies at the foot of Skiddaw, near the market town of Keswick. Ospreys have nested in the woods along its shores since 2001. Bassenthwaite Sailing Club lies on its northern shore which is...

Daffodils at Wordsworth Point, Ullswater

Ullswater & Haweswater

(11 images in collection)

Many regard Ullswater as the most beautiful of the English lakes. Its attractions include the Ullswater Steamers which offer trips around the lake. Haweswater is a reservoir and is the most easterly of the lakes. In 1929 Parliament authorised the use of Haweswater as a reservoir...

Morning mists over Windermere


(9 images in collection)

Windermere is the largest natural lake in England. Bowness-on-Windermere, the Lake District’s most popular holiday resort, is an excellent centre for boating activities. Steamers and launches operate from Bowness Bay to Waterhead at Ambleside and Lakeside at the southern end of the lake where...