Taken from the slopes of Catbells, looking over Derwentwater, with Blencathra in the distance (left). The dark shape centre is Walla Crag.
A day spent walking the High Crag – High Stile – Red Pike ridge from Buttermere in September 2008. The photo was taken from High Crag looking south east across the Ennerdale valley. Windy Gap can clearly be seen as the notch on the left skyline between Green Gable and Great Gable with Scafell Pike … More monday photo: great gable and the scafells
Traditional “Carrelets”(fishing huts) face out to the Gironde estuary at Talmont-sur-Gironde, Charente-Maritime, France. An excellent article on the huts can be found over on the Invisible Bordeaux blog.
info: canon eos 30D, iso 100, 1/80 secs at f9.
info: canon powershot A710 IS, processed via Lightroom and Silver Efex Pro 2
Woodsmoke and rooftops in Lavaudieu, Auvergne, France.
On the route down from Pen y Ghent heading towards Horton in Ribblesdale.