All the images in the gallery are available in stunning colour of atmospheric black and white. They can be ordered mounted in frames in a range of wood finishes or as original signed prints.
A choice of 2 Grasmere Lake framed photographs or prints, taken in the Lake District.
A choice of 6 Buttermere Lake framed photographs or prints, taken in the Lake District.
A choice of 6 Wastwater Lake framed photographs or prints, taken in the Lake District.
A choice of 4 Thirlmere Lake framed photographs or prints, taken in the Lake District.
A choice of 2 Derwentwater Lake framed photographs or prints, taken in the Lake District.
A choice of 6 Crummock Water Lake framed photographs or prints, taken in the Lake District.
A choice of 6 Ennerdale Water Lake framed photographs or prints, taken in the Lake District.
A choice of 6 Ullswater Lake framed photographs or prints, taken in the Lake District.
A choice of 4 Elterwater Lake framed photographs or prints, taken in the Lake District.
A brief description of the lakes around the Lake District where the photographs were taken.
Grasmere lake is situated near Rydal in the English Lake District. Famous of course for William Wordsworth who lived there for around 14 years. It is part of the county of Cumbria. It is overlooked by 'Helm Crag'. The actual village of Grasmere is situated near the river Rothay which flows into the lake.
Buttermere Lake is a small lake situated between the hamlet of Buttermere and Honister Pass, in the Lake District National Park. It is 1 1/2 miles long, 3/4 of a mile wide and 75 feet deep. The classic combination of lakes and mountains has made this popular with visitors since the beginning of tourism in the Lake District.
Possibly one of the most untouched locations around the Lake District, Wastwater is a firm contender for most breath taking of all the lakes. Wastwater Lake can be found in the Wasdale Valley in the English Lake District. A remote lake measuring 3 miles long and at 260 feet deep it is the deepest of the lakes. A spectacular location, unspoilt and not commercialised it is overlooked completely on one side by the 200 feet high mountains and the Screes made up of millions of fragments of broken rock. It truly is a spectacular place to shoot. The valley itself was colonised by Norse farmers in the 9th century and almost looks untouched since then!
Thirlmere is situated in Cumbria, in the English Lake District. It is 3.5 miles long and 158 feet deep. It supplies over 10 percent of the North West's water. It has a dam with a height of 104 feet. This process has totally submerged Armboth and Wythburn with only one small church still visible. It is overshadowed by Helvellyn to the east.
Derwentwater lake, at 3 miles long, 1 mile wide and 72 feet deep, is fed by the River Derwent catchment area in the high fells at the head of Borrowdale, and has a long historical and literary background. There are four islands, all owned by the National Trust, as is much of the shoreline. The Lake is very much a landscape of moods, varying from the dramatic waves splashing against Friar's Crag when driven by southerly gales, to the absolute mirror calm of early mornings.
Crummock Water offers some fantastic views around the lakes circumference. Crummock Water sits between Buttermere and Loweswater in the Lake District, England, UK. It measures approximately 2.5 miles long by 0.75 wide and is around 140 feet deep. It offers spectacular views and is one of the nicest lakes to walk around as it is unspoilt and not commercialised. The lake itself is fed by many streams, most notably, Scale Forces which is one of the largest waterfalls in the Lake District.
Of all the Lakes in the English Lake District, Ennerdale Water is the most westerly. It is a glacial lake which at its deepest is around 45 metres, and is fed by the River Liza. Ennerdale Water is dwarfed by Great Gable, Green Gable and High Crag, which measure up to nearly 900 metres. Ennerdale Water remains one of the most picturesque lakes in the Lake District. Ennerdale Water is truly a spectacular place to visit and walk around.
Ullswater Lake is the second largest in the Lake District, famous of course for Donald Campbell's world water speed record in 1955. Formed after the last Ice Age it spans 9 miles and is around 60 metres deep.
Elterwater, or Elter Water lies in Great Langdale in the English Lake District and is situated just outside the village of the same name. Wildlife on Elterwater includes swans, and the name of the lake is derived from "Lake of the Swan". The lake itself measure approximately 900m long and varies in width to around 300m. It is very close to the surrounding lakes of Windermere, Grasmere and Rydal Water Lake.