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It's a dogs life on the footpath to Catbells by Martin Lawrence

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Extremely low lying cloud meant that visibility was down to less than 100yds, but there was a strange luminescence in the air. I began to climb up Catbells and at about 1000ft I came out of the clouds and into brilliant sunshine. It was a classic case of temperature inversion. It’s only the second one that I’ve encountered.
Another friendly photographer lent me his reluctant sheep dog to pose for a photograph. I think you can see if you look closely how anxious he is to get away.

Canon EOS 5D Mk 11
24 – 105 mm IS L series lens

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catbells, collie dog, cloud inversion, temperature inversion, lake district, english lake district, martin lawrence

I am a professional landscape photographer specialising in images of the English Lake District, Scotland, Northern England and the USA.

I sell my work on-line from my website www.martinlawrencephotography.com exhibit in galleries and hold occasional exhibitions in Keswick and the North-West of England.

I supply images for calendars, websites, books, magazines and brochures and contribute to stock libraries.

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  • Martin Lawrence
    Martin Lawrenceover 1 year ago


  • naturelover
    natureloverover 1 year ago

    First time hes’ been told to SIT on the top of a mountain lol. makes a nice picture though!! x

  • Thanks Pauline – I got a chance to take a couple of shots and then he was gone !!

    – Martin Lawrence

  • VoluntaryRanger
    VoluntaryRangerover 1 year ago

    Get yer own dog,you tight so and so…lol. Great shot and compo.

  • Cheers Jamie. Couldn’t believe my luck, no one to be seen for miles then suddenly someone with a collie dog that sat for a couple shots.

    – Martin Lawrence

  • Irene  Burdell
    Irene Burdellover 1 year ago

    Wonderful landscape , lovely dog too.

  • Thanks Irene – he was just itching run away

    – Martin Lawrence

  • Angelika  Vogel
    Angelika Vogelabout 1 month ago

    Wonderful scene and colours, Martin!! Is it your dog!! He is very cute.

  • Thanks Angelika – no it was another photographer’s, he sat for a couple of seconds then was itching to get away. Just managed to get a couple of shots in before he was away down the mountain.

    – Martin Lawrence

  • Imi Koetz
    Imi Koetzabout 1 month ago

    Beautiful work, comp., dog, Martin…………..

  • Cheers Imi – he didn’t stay long so had to be quick !!

    – Martin Lawrence

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