By rob on 18/09/2021
Bleaklow Summit via B-29 “Over Exposed” Superfortress Crash Site & Lower Shelf Stones The first walking club in a very long time saw us tackle a 9 mile round-trip to the summit of Bleaklow via the Superfortress crash site.
Posted in Photography | Tagged Bleaklow, Canon 6D Mark II, Glossop, Higher Shelf Stones, iPhone, Lower Shelf Stones, Manchester Views, Overexposed, Superfortress, walking |
By rob on 14/06/2021
Chirk Castle Grounds & Gardens To make the most of our National Trust membership, we took some time off and visited Chirk Castle in Wrexham, Speke Hall in Merseyside & Rufford Old Hall in Lancashire.
Posted in Photography | Tagged Canon 6D Mark II, Castell y Waun, Chirk Castle, flowers, Gardens, iPhone, National Trust, walking, Wrexham |
By rob on 01/10/2020
Whinlatter Forest Trails After being rained off 1 mile into our Whinlatter Forest walk yesterday, we decided to give it another shot as the weather forecast looked promising.
Posted in Photography | Tagged Canon 6D Mark II, iPhone, Keswick, The Lake District, The Lakes Distillery, walking, Whinlatter Forest |
By rob on 29/09/2020
Cat Bells & Derwent Water With the weather being more favourable today, we headed for Cat Bells in the hopes of sprawling vistas & another leg workout – we weren’t disappointed!
Posted in Photography | Tagged Canon 6D Mark II, Cat Bells, Derwent Water, iPhone, Keswick, The Lake District, walking |
By rob on 28/09/2020
Glencoyne to Mossdale Bay As we completed the Gowbarrow Fell loop in good time, we headed in the direction of Glenridding for more adventures!
Posted in Photography | Tagged Canon 6D Mark II, Glencoyne, iPhone, Mossdale Bay, robin, The Lake District, Ullswater, walking, wildlife |
By rob on 28/09/2020
Aira Force & Gowbarrow Fell Loop With overcast weather upon us we decided to visit Aira Force waterfalls & walk up to Gowbarrow Fell in a loop back down to Ullswater.
Posted in Photography | Tagged Aira Force, Canon 6D Mark II, Gowbarrow Fell, iPhone, The Lake District, Ullswater, walking, waterfalls |
By rob on 26/09/2020
The Stickle Tarn Bail Upon checking out of our first week’s accommodation, we drove a whole 15 minutes to a National Trust car park beneath Stickle Tarn in the Langdale Pikes.
Posted in Photography | Tagged Canon 6D Mark II, iPhone, Langdale Pikes, Stickle Tarn, The Lake District, walking |
By rob on 25/09/2020
Brant Fell & The Dales Way On our last day in the Ambleside area we realised that we hadn’t visited Bowness-on-Windermere, even though it’s on the doorstep. A quick web search & we found a walk from the front up to Brant Fell & back along the Dales Way.
Posted in Photography | Tagged Bowness-on-Windermere, Brant Fell, Canon 6D Mark II, iPhone, Lake Windermere, The Dales Way, The Lake District, walking |
By rob on 24/09/2020
Grizedale Forest & Bogle Crag Wood With a washout day ahead, we decided to do a sheltered walk in Grizedale Forest, taking in the sculptures throughout Bogle Crag Wood before looping back via Grizedale Tarn.
Posted in Photography | Tagged Bogle Crag Wood, Canon 6D Mark II, Grizedale Forest, iPhone, sculptures, The Lake District, walking |
By rob on 23/09/2020
Wansfell Pike & Troutbeck Loop The path from Stockgill Force to Wansfell Pike is a near vertical ascent which took the best part of an hour of climbing before reaching the summit.
Posted in Photography | Tagged Ambleside, Canon 6D Mark II, iPhone, The Lake District, walking, Wansfell Pike |
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