A landscape photo of the valley of Uldale, in Cumbria contains the upper reaches of the River Rawthey, which rises on the slopes of Baugh Fell, and flows on through Sedbergh, before joining the River Lune south west of the town.
Uldale, along with Sedbergh, Dentdale, and part of the Howgill Fells, is in Cumbria, but also the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
(Until 1976, they were all part of the West Riding of Yorkshire).


landscape photo, yorkshire dales, lakes, dales, cumbria, howgills, landscape, nature, sky, colour, rural, dave lawrance

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.

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  • 1stImpressions
    1stImpressionsover 3 years ago

    stunning work dave

  • Thanks Steve.

    – Dave Lawrance

  • VoluntaryRanger
    VoluntaryRangerover 3 years ago

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