When I go out for a walk, I always take my camera. You never know what will turn up. Sometimes, you get something entirely unexpected. Today was one of those days. I had… Continue reading
Taken at Brandelhow Landing on Derwentwater, a black-headed gull dives off a mooring post
Pavey Ark taken from Harrison Stickle. The eagle-eyed amongst you will spot the walkers near the top of Jacks Rake.
Whilst walking up Stone Arthur one day, a wheatear obligingly waited on a rock outcrop whilst I dug my zoom out of my rucksack. Animals are great when they do that.
In one of those curious coincidences, I had watched a television programme on cloudspotting the previous evening. The very next day, I spotted these lenticular clouds forming over Helvellyn.
After a day walking in the Black Mountains, your boots tend to bring back a reasonable amount of peat!