Photographs of the Cumbrian Lake District.  Page 1.

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The English Lake District and Natural Subjects

All the photographs below were taken in the English Lake District (Cumbria) over several days out or longer holiday visits during 2003.

See Gallery 2 of Lake District photos, taken during October 2003 and over Easter 2004 and Gallery 3 taken in summer 2004. There is also a separate page of Lake District Panoramas.

Zoomed view of frosty oak leaves.  1/40 @ f5.6 Zoomed view of frosty oak leaves.  1/14 @ f5.6 Icicles above running water, taken with a long exposure to smooth out the running water.  1.3 seconds @ f11  An iced up branch above running water, taken with a long exposure.  1/1.6 @ f11 Iced up branches above running water, shot with a long expsure.  1/5 @ f 4.5 Frosty bramble leaves and bracken, taken on zoom.  1/3 @ f7 Heavy frost on leaves, taken at maximum zoom.  1/30 @ f7 The Langdales taken from above Tarn Hows.  1/125 @ f11 Area around Tarn Hows, taken around 3pm.  1/80 @ f 11  The Langdale Pikes above Tarn Hows.   Shot late afternoon.  1/80 @ f8  Photo taken driving towards Ambleside, late afternoon.  1/100 @ f11  The Langdales from the opposite side at sundown.  1/15 @ f11  Sunset over Windermere.  1/80 @ f11 Grizedale forrest on a frosty day.  1/250 @ f11 Siskin on a nut feeder taken with the Fuji TC and stood about 5 feet away.  Blue tit and coal tit at lunchtime.  1/640 @ f3.6 A calm moment over Ullswater in Cumbria, April 2003.  Fast exposure (1/1600 at f2.8) to capture a splash, Ullswater, Cumbria, April 2003.  Light playing through leaves.  The Langdales featuring The Band.  Too close for comfort?? A male Roe Deer ventures into a field for some supper.  A quiet spot on the banks of Ullswater, a favourite spot for daydreaming.

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