Lake District Landscapes

July 06, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

Aside from photographing weddings, portraits, events and houses - I'm more often than not wandering around with a camera in my hand somewhere!

Last week my wife and I headed off for a quick break in the Lake District. After the recent floods much of the Lake District we decided to keep our holiday local this year, and pump some money back into our own economy. We have both always been a fan of the Lakes and visit at least once if not twice a year anyway.

All the photos you see below, and more are available to purchase online via www.martinpawlett.co.uk/landscapes 

Here are some of the highlights of our recent trips to the lake District;

Blea Tarn, very early start for this sunrise, with the light hitting the pine trees

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Calm water at Loughrigg Tarn early dawn

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Half way up Brant Fell, in Bowness waiting for the sun to set with views out over Lake Windermere

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Sunset on a rather cloudy evening at Millerground near Bowness. If you look closely you will see some wet foot prints left behind from a couple of brave swimmers to came out of the water as I was taking the photographs.

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Miller ground again slightly further down the coast with the after glow of the sunset, with 2 swans swimming by admiring the view.

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The well photographed jetty on Derwent Water, near Ashiness Bridge.

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Millerground again, with another fantastic sunset

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Buttermere reflections very early one morning
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Boats on a calm Derwent Water in Keswick as the sun sets for another day

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Ashiness Jetty on Derwentwater as the sun sets  Derwent SunsetDerwent Sunset

All the photos you see above, and more are available to purchase online via www.martinpawlett.co.uk/landscapes 


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