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Images Captured On My DSLR.. Digital Single-lens Reflex Camera.

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This is an old metal post, standing resolute, and all alone in its independence on moorland at Ennerdale in West Cumbria. I’ve made this photo available for free, from Pixabay. […]

Crummock Water

Crummock Water

Crummock Water is a lake in the Lake District in Cumbria, North West England situated between Buttermere to the south and Loweswater to the north. Crummock Water is 2.5 miles […]

A Love-Struck Peacock

This beautiful Peacock was strutting his stuff at a local zoo, and putting on a magnificent display for me with his train of feathers. Who can blame him, for wanting […]

A Winters Walk

I haven’t had a good walk with my sister for quite some time among the lake district fells. I’ll have to get out with her soon, and allow our dogs […]

Forest Sunset Surprise

There is nothing better than seeing a sunset, and experiencing that happy feeling when your heart skips a beat at the magnificence set before you. This was once such occasion, […]

Whitehaven Full Moon

This is the Port of Whitehaven at night. It’s also a Photoshop cheat, but you probably already knew that. The image is a bit of fun, but also an experiment […]

Nannycatch Skull

Nannycatch: Skull On A Fell

With Halloween around the corner, I thought I would share with you a photo of a sheep’s sun-bleached skull that I found on the fell-side, at Nannycatch (near Cleator Moor) […]

Pocket Watch Close-Up

This is a Macro shot of an old pocket watch that had been handed down to me, as a family heirloom. I was quite surprised to see the dust on […]

River Liza, Ennerdale

The River Liza

I could sit for hours upon hours at the side of the River Liza. The roaring water; the nature; the tranquillity – they all add up to something special. The […]

Autumnal Carpet

This was the scene to greet me on a riverside walk at Calderbridge in West Cumbria. The fallen leaves paved the way with a golden carpet of joy. The walk […]

Dent Fell

I Can’t Wait For The Snow

In recent weeks, we’ve seen temperatures plummet, with below freezing being recorded on some fell tops. Soon, there will be snow. Some people hate snow, but I love it. Don’t […]

Fork In The Road

This photo is a little bit of fun, and was taken while on a walk up nearby Dent Fell. At its highest point, the fell stands at only 352 metres […]

Walking In Ennerdale Valley

Walking in the glorious Ennerdale Valley is one of my favourite pastimes. The valley has the River Liza meandering through its centre, is lined with an assortment of trees, has […]

The Pet Lamb

The county of Cumbria is home to tens of thousands of sheep, including our famous Herdwick variety. They are everywhere. These two beauties, which I believe are the Kerry Hill […]

Looking Towards Whitehaven

Whitehaven To St. Bees

Twelve months ago, I set off on a coastal walk from Whitehaven to St. Bees, and then a little further inland, back to my home in West Cumbria. The route […]

Isle Of Man Sunset

The Cumbrian coastline offers up fantastic sunsets, especially for this time of the year, and on this occasion, I caught the sun setting behind our lovely neighbour, sat in the […]

Whitehaven Storm, December 2013

On December 5th 2013, Cyclone Xaver hit the Port of Whitehaven in West Cumbria. I was there to capture the event. I’ve seen the town hammered by the sea in […]

September, 1819

Departing summer hath assumedAn aspect tenderly illumed,The gentlest look of spring;That calls from yonder leafy shadeUnfaded, yet prepared to fade,A timely carolling. No faint and hesitating trill,Such tribute as to […]

Devoke Water

Bronze Age Devoke Water

I’ve previously shared with you a photo of Devoke Water, and I thought I would share another with you. The tarn (a lake on a mountain) is off the beaten […]

The Port Of Whitehaven

Whitehaven

Whitehaven in West Cumbria is my town of birth. I still live a stone’s throw away. It’s a lovely place, and not overrun with tourists. I would place the harbour […]

A Red, Red Rose

O my Luve’s like a red, red roseThat’s newly sprung in june;O my Luve’s like the melodieThat’s sweetly play’d in tune: As fair art thou, my bonnie lass,So deep in […]

Fungus

The title of this post is Fungus – primarily because, I have no idea if this is a mushroom, or toadstool. I’m clueless. Perhaps you know? What is it? What’s […]

King Vulture

King Vulture

This King Vulture is one of the ugliest and scariest creatures that I’ve ever had the pleasure of taking a photo of. It really freaked me out – but what […]