Friday, 20 December 2013

A Year Outside (Pt 1)

I was going to call this "Another year in the Lake District" but some of the photos are from other lovely places so here goes, it's been a busy year!  Honestly, who needs to travel the world when all of this is right on the doorstep?


Snowy hikes and a stunning inversion from Red Screes.

Nosy horse on Hampsfell


Hampsfell Hospice


Styhead tarn

Winter wonderland!

Sunset from Red Screes

Red Screes Inversion

An unforgettable hike up Place Fell, starting our work for Lancashire Walks & Wildlife Magazine and introducing our nephews to the fells.

View from Place Fell

Lancaster Canal at garstang

Morecambe Bay

Herdy and Bowfell

Taking our nephews up their first Wainwright

Arty tree near Place Fell


Late snow and early birds/
Lune Valley Sunset

View from Orrest Head

En route up Wetherlam

Lots of snowy hikes

Kirkstone Pass

Snipe at Leighton Moss

Still more snow so we headed for some beaches.

Steve heading up Great Dodd

Dallam Park

Rockcliffe Bay Dumfries

Eskmeals Dunes

Abbeystead Reservoir

Wildlife and flowers - bluebells were everywhere!

Kiss sheep tribute act

Great Tit

Golden Eagle

Rannerdale Bluebells

Horses on Morecambe Bay


The stunning approach to Pillar and summer flowers finally making their appearance.


Meadow at Clints Quarry

Lake District Wildlife Park


Cotton Grass at Foulshaw Moss

You can find the second six months here.

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