I’ve been catching up on some outstanding images over the last few days. Despite the uninspiring (for landscape photography) hot summer we had here, I somehow fell behind on processing images. It’s often good to leave images for a while before processing them as I find it allows you to approach them with a slightly different perspective but leaving them for 10 months, well that was never the plan!
These were from my last trip to the Lake District in November. My plan was to climb up Rough Crag to High Street then walk to Harter Fell and descend back down to Mardale Head. I had high hopes for the light that day and just a few minutes in to my route I was already being treated by the changeable weather. I hadn’t even started my ascent before I had made these two images, just a few minutes, and perhaps 10 or 20 meters, apart. It turned out to be a productive day.