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Walking in Cumbria and Beyond

Rosthwaite Fell

Rosthwaite Fell

 

Glaciated Borrowdale has many crags and crinkles.

Hike up steep glaciated sides for a cardiovascular work out.

On top,

what may once have been jagged and volcanic,

has been smoothed and weathered by ice, wind and rain.

Almost flat, with some ragged hard core lumps and bumps

Tarn at Leaves

Tarn at Leaves

Now providing a perfect platform for viewing those higher fells and deep valleys.

Just what I wanted to play with camera and lens

Bessyboot

Bessyboot behind Tarn at Leaves

to try to capture some of the lovely landscape colour.

View to Skidaw

Up Combe Gill to the picturesque puddle, the Tarn at Leaves.

Langstrath Valley

Light on the Langstrath Valley

The Langstrath valley showing a complete colour spectrum in green alone.  Sides deeply gorged by ever abundant rainfall.

Distant Langdales

Distant Langdales

Softer greys and blues etching everything from Langdale to Gable clearly across the horizon.

Great Gable

Great Gable

Until I finally swung homeward and snatched the green valley reaching northwards to Derwent

Borrowdale Valley

Borrowdale Valley

And then, there was a pony.

Pony

Photos taken with my fujifilm X-T1, 14mm

Purchased from Calumet

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