I had a grand drive up from York. A bit of light drizzle but nothing to worry about. I had to divert via Darlington to pick up some more dog food and grab a pack of thumb drives. I should have enough of both to last me fifteen weeks.
We arrived in Low Manesty which lies at the head of Derwentwater. It’s a grand place. I took the dogs for a quick run. They do the running and I poddle along behind or in front dependant on which way there are going. I decided that although the light is far from perfect I ought to get a couple of images in the bag. Shepherds Crag.
Borrowdale. These views are all within a ten minute walk of the van. The bracken, reeds and grasses have turned golden but the leaves on the trees are a bit disappointing. I’m here for a week so a bit of frost will sort that and also provide some early morning mist over the water. I’ll see what dawn tomorrow brings and go out with a tilt shift wide angle lens and some filters if it looks anything like.
That’s all for today.