The Lake District has countless fells, Valleys and Woodland to explore. From the rugged Western Lake district with Englands highest peak Scafell Fell Pike to the gentle woodland in the wonderfull valleys, the Lake District has the lot. However you don't have to scale the big boys to get some spectacular views, with many of the smaller fells offer superb views for a little less effort.

There are around 13 valleys in the Lake District from the breath taking Langdale valley in the South of National Park to the Borrowdale Valley in the North.

Not only is the Lakes blessed with valleys and fells but also beautiful woodland as well, making it such a diverse landscape to explore.

I hope you enjoy the images from this gallery, with contains some of my favourite locations to visit with my camera.
Autumn in BorrowdaleRosthwaite LightHolme Fell - Backlit BirchesTorver Common - Spot lightBeacon Fell - Coniston viewBeacon Fell Summit ViewBeacon Tarn - Summer LovingBlack Combe - Ray of lightBlack CragBlack Crag moodBlack Crag Summit StileBlack Fell misty MorningFrosty Spring DawnBlawith Common mistsBlawith Common BirchesBlencathra LightBorrowdale ValleyBorrowdale moodsCastle Crag Autumn ViewThe golden Tree