The tail end of the bad weather was disappearing over Helvellyn – which looks like it had a few small patches of snow at the time I took this image. The fine weather… Continue reading
I’m convinced there is a deliberate affinity between the stone circle and the cliffs of Clough Head (in the background). Whilst Blencathra provides a fine backdrop to the north, the approach to the… Continue reading
I have not added a Lake District photo recently. Time to change that. The fell in the middle distance is High Rigg, with the Dodds ranging in the background. Image taken from the… Continue reading
Taken from inside Castlerigg stone circle, and the weather is clearing to leave some interesting cloud formations taking shape over Helvellyn in the distance. It had rained heavily the previous few days –… Continue reading
Castlerigg Stone Circle is ideally suited to mono images. Grisedale Pike sits in the distance, with the path to the summit clearly seen. I confess to cropping the original image to get this… Continue reading
Much, much older than the building in my previous post (Oldberrow Church), Castlerigg stone circle dates somewhere between 3000 to 5000 years old, making it one of the oldest man-made structures I’ve visited.… Continue reading
With Blencathra in the background, Castlerigg stone circle basks in late morning sunshine. This late Neolithic stone circle sits on a rise, surrounded by higher fells.