Lake District walks - my favourite pictures

Here is a personal selection from the photos on the www.braithwaite-walks.co.uk website. Not in any particular order.

Let me know if I've missed out your particular favourites.

First, a view of some of the north-western fells from Millbeck village, north of Braithwaite, which is on the far right, just out of sight.

All of the north-western fells this time, from Latrigg.  Braithwaite is directly below Grisedale Pike, the highest fell on the right.

Derwentwater from the top of Barrow.

Blencathra. Unedited...

View south from Castlehead, near Keswick.

This is my dog Samba, in whom I am well pleased.

Derwentwater, Keswick and Blencathra.

West from Catbells.

Winter, up Hindscarth.

Eagle Crag and Greenup Edge.

Stonycroft Gill.

Looking north from Glaramara.

Coledale.

East from Grisedale Pike.

Hindscarth and Dale Head from Newlands.

Hindscarth and Robinson.

Buttermere, Crummock and Loweswater.

Samba contemplating Haystacks, with the high central fells in the background.


Haystacks on the near left, and a wisp of cloud over Buttermere village.


Looking across Newlands, up Keskadale.

Maiden Moor, Hindscarth and Robinson.

Views from Outerside.


Sail ahoy!


Looking up Newlands from Rowling End

View from Skelgill Farm.

Braithwaite, and some of its fells.

From the top and flank of Walla Crag.

Sunset over Castlehead and Borrowdale.

Derwentwater



The Derwent river, just above Grange

and further up, near Rosthwaite

Just to remind us of the force of nature...


Christmas Day morning, from the bedroom window.


It can get pretty cold out there...


But this picture of Derwentwater and Blencathra was taken in January...

Sail Beck just above Buttermere village.

Eagle Crag from the bridge at Stonethwaite village.

Just to acknowledge the existence of beauty and grandeur elsewhere in the Lakes: August in Langdale, with the Pikes seen from Lingmoor Fell

and Bowfell, from Crinkle Crags.

The Scafell massif, on the right, behind Middle Fell and Wastwater.

Scafell Pike, left centre, this time from Eskdale.


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