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Lake District landscape photo taken on the way up to tackle Helvellyn via Striding Edge on the way up to “The Hole in the Wall”.Helvellyn is one of the most climbed fells in the Lake District.
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I started photography around 30 years ago, and became interested in landscape photography after seeing the work of Derry Brabbs in “James Herriot’s Yorkshire”.
I live in Cumbria and take most of my photographs in the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales.
In addition to Redbubble, I sell work through, PhotoBox, Zazzle, Greetings Card Universe, etc.
Wonderful view along Grisedale valley in typical Cumbrian weather! I suppose that low cloud stretched all the way from Dollywaggon Pike up to Helvellyn? Excellent composition and use of light.
Thanks for your comments David.Yes, I was in and out of the cloud all day and didn’t see much from the tops. (Despite the optimistic weather forecast).
– Dave Lawrance
Cracking view Dave.Lovely moody valley head.I haven’t been there for years
Thanks Jamie. It was the first time up that way for a while for me too.
Lovely strong comp, wonderful dappled light throughout also. Nice shot.
Thanks Andrew, much appreciated. :-)
Typical Lakeland weather, lovely work
Thanks Simon. Yep, typical weather indeed!
A fine beauty, Dave, always admire a photographer willing to hike it, and this one looks like you got your exercise. Love the far far perspective and the purple shadows mountains always seem to achieve.
Thanks Syd. None of the English hills are very big in the grand scheme of things of course, but you can certainly work up a sweat if you’re carrying a load of camera gear!
Very beautiful work.