Tuesday, 11 March 2014

Autumn in Buttermere nov 4th 2013 pt 1

The weather is looking superb for a day in the Lakes, the Autumn colours are looking good now so a drive up to Buttermere, my favourite lake is decided on.
driving past Derwent water on our way through Borrowdale I stop to shoot this image.

                                        Look  at the cloud hanging on the fell tops

                                love the swirling low cloud down in Honister pass


 Parking up at Gatesgarth car park and walking up the road towards the lake , just past the pines i shoot this image looking back towards  High crag and Haystacks

                   walking down the lake side looking back , lovely light on the water

A Glorious view down Buttermere valley

                                                             Nice light on the "Pines"

   Molly has been paddling, and scratching at the gravel with her paws sending it all over Chesters
head, so funny!

                               a classic shot of Fleetwith Pike and the famous "Buttermere Pines"

   its really warm in the sun on this side of the lake, a good shot of Mellbreak in the distance reflected in Buttermere.   the breeze is dropping and hopefully will be able to shoot some good reflection images from the opposite side this afternoon.

      I spotted this view through the trees, climbing down to get a good clear shot, love the light and the photographer on the point :)   the breeze has dropped and the lakes surface is like a mirror now

      Walking right around to the top end of the lake, and using a long lens to shoot down to the pines at the Fleetwith pike end

The Lone tree of Buttermere , always wanted to shoot this

                                        continues in part two , afternoon reflections

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