Well, it is said that this is England's favourite view. It is rather a good view, though. There is something about Wasdale that is not often found elsewhere. Maybe it has something to do with the sudden transformation of the landscape from cultivated, pastoral and man influenced to something rather more difficult for humans to shape. Everyone loves Wasdale. This was an eight second exposure at f32. These four panoramic images I made in and above Wasdale on 16th November have been acepted by one of my galleries and will also appear on the website later.
I'm looking forward to going back to Wasdale. As always.


Sunny said…
What a beautiful location! You're so lucky
Thanks, Sunny. It is a beautiful location.
Hi Steve,

Love your picture of Wasdale. I was actually up there the weekend after you trying to make a similar image (but with my square Hasselblad!) But the weather was grey and snowy all weekend and I didn't come away with any vista photographs - only river details. I'm heading back up there in January though, so I hope the weather will be better then.

Glad you're keeping well and busy.

Hi Tamara,

Pity we missed each other in Wasdale. I shall be back again this winter, hopefully for some snow-covered mountains.

Good to hear from you.