Another panoramic shot from my trip on 28th Jan 2012 to Castlerigg Stone Circle near Keswick in the north of the English Lake District.
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Sony Alpha 350 DSLR 18-70 lens,7 RAW images tonemapped in Photomatix and stitched in Photoshop.
Far left is part of the circle with 3 people making free with standing on the stones (I guess that’s why they are called standing stones).
The ridge in sight behind is the northern end of the Helvellyn range.
Starting from the left,we have Clough Head (726 metres) then Great Dodd (857m) Watson’s Dodd(789m) Stybarrow Dodd ((843m) (The latter 2 so close together at this angle,they seem like one summit), Raise (883m) and Whiteside Bank (863m) .The views stop just short of the ridge to Helvellyn Lower Man which you can see with Helvellyn if you click on the Castlerigg link above.The view is continued also in my shot My Bottom’s On Fire
The small snow free fell in front is called High Rigg and is seperated from the range behind by the lovely valley of St John’s-in-the-Vale.It is a lovely albeit small fell where I did my Voluntary Ranger navigation assessment.(Despite its size,it is easy to get lost on it.)