The Lake District - "today's" pictures

5th October 2003
Today's walk (Keswick rambling club): Low Fell and Fellbarrow


on the path up from Thackthwaite


higher up the path with Lorton Vale below and Skiddaw in the distance


the first sight of Crummock Water


on the eastern edge of Low Fell looking down on Lorton Vale


Crummock Water and Mellbreak from the summit of Low Fell


zooming in on Crummock Water


panoramic shot of Crummock Water, Mellbreak and Low Fell south top


heading for the south top with Blake Fell beyond


Loweswater from the south top of Low Fell


Buttermere and Crummock Water from the south top


returning in the rain with Lorton Vale below


Low Fell from the slopes of Fellbarrow


Fellbarrow summit looking across the Solway to Criffel


Grasmoor from the slopes of Fellbarrow


Whiteside and Grasmoor seen over Lorton Vale as the weather brightens


on the lower slopes of Fellbarrow


looking north across the fields to Criffel

revisit yesterday's pictures

. other recent pictures

7 Panoramas from Scottish Mountains on Harris and Lewis

see some shots of St Kilda

.. and of the annular eclipse of 31st May

read about Chris Upson's amazing run at http://www.climbrannoch.com/RunnerWrites.htm

look at some pics of a 1000th Marilyn celebration on Well Hill in the Southern Uplands of Scotland

.. check out my cross reference list of Wainwright's Lakeland Fells

pictures of the Ochils and my completion of Percy Donald's list of 2000 foot hills in southern Scotland

another walk in the Ochils

pictures taken with a Canon Digital Ixus 400 camera which has a StitchAssist mode for easy panoramas

you are welcome to copy and use these pictures but please credit the photographer - Ann Bowker
- or better still include a link to my homepage mad about mountains

another selection of recent pictures can be found at Tony Richards' Lakeland CAM

. and more at Leaney's Lakeland Fells

.. or visit the other end of England at Cornwall CAM

Mad about Mountains CD - this website and all the Lake District pictures since September 1998
- now with over 600mb of mountain madness


Skiddaw homepage . . . . . . my homepage