The Lake District national park is a beautiful landscape of great variety. An all-year-round destination, but especially good in autumn when the wealth of trees turn golden and red.
A pink and orange sunrise over Scafell and Scafell Pike seen from the south
Ashness Bridge looking to Skiddaw
Autumn colour at its best near Yew Tree Tarn in Cumbria
Golden leaves and miniature waterfall in the Lake District
The full majesty of autumn with Bowfell in the distance
Golden trees near Skelwith Bridge with Bowfell in the distance
The unrisen sun paints pastel pinks and blues over the Langdale Pikes
Bowfell on a late winter afternoon seen from the entrance to Wrynose Pass
A close-up of snow-covered rocks near Bowfell summit
A cloud floats above St. Sunday Crag
A view of the lower Duddon Valley looking north.
The view down Eskdale from Bowfell
Fairfield under snow
Part of the Fairfield Horseshoe lit up by the setting sun
From Loughrigg Fell looking north
Haystacks and Ennerdale from Pillar
A tree is briefly lit by a shaft of sunlight near Kirkstone pass summit
A winding road on the southern shore of Windermere in early autumn
Dawn catches the tops of the Langdale Pikes while the valley is still in shade
Late afternoon sun lights up Little Langdale viewed from Wetherlam
The sunset is reflected in Loughrigg Tarn with the distinctive Langdale skyline behind.
A portrait of trees at the peak of autumn colour at Yew Tree Tarn
The just risen sun casts heavenly rays across the valley and lights up Middle Dodd
Rydal Water seen from Loughrigg Fell with High Pike in the distance
Part of the Fairfield horseshow
The setting sun catches the trees on the edge of Tarn Hows, Lake District
Looking to Langdale from above Skelwith Bridge at sunset
Trees catch the morning sun in Langdale, with Bowfell behind.
Birkhouse Moor and the Helvellyn range tower over Ullswater at dawn
Ullswater and Glen Ridding from the path to Striding Edge
Ullswater from ascent path to St Sunday Crag
Delicate shapes of trees in snow on the slopes of Wansfell above Ambleside
Looking to Brothers Water in the Patterdale valley.