The Lake District national park in the north-west of England is still perhaps my favourite spot. The variety of colours and textures and how they change over the seasons is a boon to the creative eye.
Summit rocks on Red Screes
The full majesty of autumn with Bowfell in the distance
North east to the High Street range
The setting sun catches the trees on the edge of Tarn Hows, Lake District
Golden leaves and miniature waterfall in the Lake District
A portrait of trees at the peak of autumn colour at Yew Tree Tarn
Autumn colour at its best near Yew Tree Tarn in Cumbria
Cotton grass detail on Red Screes hillside just above Kirkstone Pass summit.
From Cold Pike
The Langdale Pikes on a late winter afternoon.
Part of the Fairfield horseshoe in dramatic winter light
Fairfield under snow
A tree is briefly lit by a shaft of sunlight near Kirkstone pass summit
Delicate shapes of trees in snow on the slopes of Wansfell above Ambleside
The just risen sun casts heavenly rays across the valley and lights up Middle Dodd
Dawn catches the tops of the Langdale Pikes while the valley is still in shade
Crinkle Crags and Bowfell under winter snow from Wetherlam
Trees catch the morning sun in Langdale, with Bowfell behind.
Looking to Brothers Water in the Patterdale valley.
A pink and orange sunrise over Scafell and Scafell Pike seen from the south
Rydal Water seen from Loughrigg Fell with High Pike in the distance
Part of the Fairfield Horseshoe lit up by the setting sun
Black Sails and Wetherlam from Swirl How
South from Wetherlam
Late afternoon sun lights up Little Langdale viewed from Wetherlam
Grey Friar and Harter Fell
Deepdale Hause from Dollywagon Pike