Autumn Images from The Lake District

My first Lake District Landscape Photographs of the Autumn are now online at http://www.jamesbellphotography.co.uk. A collection of images from Grasmere, The Kirkstone Pass and Crummock Water are now live.

Below are a small selection of the new images, click on the images to see more details on that shot or the linking text below each image to see more from that location.

Crummock Water, The Lake District

Grasmoor and an Autumnal Lanthwaite Wood above Crummock Water in the North Eastern Lake District. See more Lake District Landscape Photography from Crummock Water here.

Grasmere Autumn

Dale End through the trees over Grasmere on an Autumnal morning. Click here to see more Lake District Landscape Photography from Grasmere.

Kirkstone Pass Landscape Photography

Kirkstone Pass with Brothers Water and Angletarn Pikes in the distance. Click here to see more Lake District landscape Photography from the Kirkstone Pass and Brothers Water area.

Crummock Water Photography

Grasmoor and an Autumnal Lanthwaite Wood above Crummock Water in the North Eastern Lake District. Here you can see more Lake District Panoramic Photographs.

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Autumn Images from The Lake District

Love Lakes Magazine

As part of my ongoing support for Nurture Lakeland and conservation in the Lake District I have supplied more Lake District Pictures to a recent Nurture Lakeland feature in the new Love Lakes magazine. My Wastwater Photograph and Herdwick Photograph were published. Two Photographs below showing the prints.

Lake District Landscape Photography

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Love Lakes Magazine

Blencathra via Sharp Edge

Sharp Edge Blencathra photography by James Bell

Blencathra is a fine fell in the North of the Lake District, a large rolling mass that looks smooth and friendly from most angles. Sharpe Edge is a relatively short ridge that joins the eastern side the Blencathra‚Äôs summit with Scales Tarn below. You get a brief glimpse of sharp edge from the A66 at the foot of Blencathra. Continue reading “Blencathra via Sharp Edge”

Blencathra via Sharp Edge