I took this shot whilst on a trip to Dodd Wood near Bassenthwaite Lake in the English Lake District.This is the view from the edge of the wood,by the track up to the Osprey Viewpoint (This is the unofficial access point with free parking..ssssh!!)
We are looking across the area to the south of the Lake , the Lake being partly in view centre and right.In the foreground you can catch a glimpse of the River Derwent which is good for Otter spotting ,as well as birds.
The fell (mountain/hill) to the left with a bare hint of snow on the ridge is Grisedale Pike.(seen below from a different angle)
Centre is the wooded Ullister Hill in the Thornthwaite Forest (part of the Whinlatter Forest Park)
The ridge centre right rises to the summit of Barf (on the slopes of which is a white painted rock called The Bishop Of Barf). It continues to Lord’s Seat
Sony Alpha 350 DSLR 18-70 lens,3 RAW images tonemapped in Photomatix and merged in Photoshop