A trip to Devon and Dartmoor, our first trip outside of Oxfordshire as Covid-19 UK Lockdown restrictions were eased further
The Lake District is a region and national park in Cumbria in northwest England. A popular vacation destination, it’s known for its glacial ribbon lakes, rugged fell mountains and historic literary associations.
My first visit to the Lake District back in 2009 was part of a Light and Land Photography tour led by one of Britain's leading landscape photographers Charlie Waite. On that occasion it was a complete wash out, so much so the town Cockermouth was severely damaged by flood waters. On later trips I have also not been so lucky with the weather. However, on this visit it proved more successful for photography and I seemed to manage to miss most of the rain and at some points the sun came out.
The below photographs were taken at Coniston Water, Rydal Water, Rydal Cave and Bowness on Windermere using a Nikon Z 6.
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