Wall End farm is at the head of the Great Langdale Valley in England’s Lake District,on the road from Great to Little Langdale,just before the steep climb seen in the picture below. A bit before I had taken a shot of the valley head in mist,just as the farm was emerging.(below) I took this shot just as the light was changing,yet again.
The fell behind is Bowfell with the ridge up to it,the Band,catching a spot of light.To the right is Rossett Ghyll and Pike.
This was on my way to Blea Tarn,but I think my best shots were all obtained before I got there.
Sony Alpha 350 DSLR 18-70 lens,single RAW tonemapped in Photomatix Pro4 (painterly)
Featured in The Landscapes Of Our World & Northern England Landscapes Jan 2011
A Winter View