We spent a weather-filled week staying partly in the Central Fells of the Lake District and then Keswick. As always the photography opportunities were boundless, even when the weather offered no light, you just have to wait an hour and things will have changed – not always for the better!

When the weather looked most favourable, we set off hiking from the Honister Pass Slate Mine to get a view of Buttermere and Crummock Water from Haystacks. It was a short but energetic walk uphill and there were some great views, even with the relatively low cloud that obliterated the view completely from time to time.

I decided to climb to the summit of Catbells in order to shoot the dawn view across Derwent. Unfortunately, there wasn’t much in the way of colour but it was a fantastic morning that will stay with me a long time.

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