Prints of the Lake District - Skiddaw, Saddleback and Derwenwater

Prints of The Lake District

Framed Panoramic and Landscape Prints of The Lake District for Sale

This collection of prints of The Lake District focuses predominantly on the mountains surrounding the most popular walking and climbing centres of Keswick, Wasdale, Glenridding, Buttermere and Ambleside. The Lake District is one of the most popular areas in Britain, famous for its mountains, forests and lakes offering a peaceful environment with appeal to all ages. Here, within a compact area of less than one thousand square miles, are to be found some of the most challenging and spectacular walking and climbing routes in England and equally a wealth of roadside and elevated locations to satisfy the objectives of even the most demanding photographer.

The character of the region owes much to its geology, which is complex. The rock formations, although not as ancient as those to be found in the Scottish Highlands, have been similarly folded and uplifted before being subjected to the actions of glaciers and meltwater. The valleys and lakes radiate outwards like the spokes of a wheel and at its rocky heart stands England’s highest mountain, Scafell Pike, 978m (3,210ft) overlooking its deepest lake, Wastwater, perhaps the most awe-inspiring and most photographed of all the lakes and embraced by an amphitheatre of peaks including Great Gable, Lingmell and Yewbarrow.

Every print is supplied mounted and framed using a textured mount and the customer's choice of frame moulding

Wastwater, The Lake District
The classic and popular view of Wastwater and the surrounding peaks of Yewbarrow, Great Gable and The Scafells captured on a clear morning in late November.
Striding Edge, Helvellyn, The Lake District
Seen from a shoulder on the neighbouring summit of Nethermost Pike, Striding Edge on Helvellyn rises steeply from the hidden depths of Grisedale.
Great Gable and The Scafells, The Lake District
A new and original panoramic view of the head of Wastwater which includes not only Great Gable, but also Lingmell and both Scafell and Scafell Pike.
The Buttermere Fells, The Lake District
The Buttermere Fells from the summit of Fleetwith Pike; High Crag and High Stile to the south, Robinson, Hindscarth and Grasmere to the north of the lakes.
Helvellyn and Ullswater, The Lake District
The view from Hare Shaw Crag on Place Fell looking across Ullswater to the Helevllyn range and the lakeside villages of Glenridding and Patterdale.
Skiddaw Saddleback and Derwentwater, The Lake District
Skiddaw, Saddleback (also known as Blencathra) and Derwentwater from Catbells in late autumn following the first overnight snowfall of the winter.
Derwentwater, The Lake District
The entire length of Derwentwater from the flanks of Grisedale Pike to the Jaws of Borrowdale from the summit of Castle Hill on the outskirts of Keswick.
Ullswater Morning Mists, The Lake District
Warmed by the first rays of sunlight, early morning mists slowly rise from the waters of Ullswater, seen here from the flanks of Gowbarrow Fell.
The Scafells from Wasdale, The Lake District
Scafell Pike, England's tallest peak, along with neighbouring Scafell and Lingmell are seen to perfection in morning light from across the depths of Wastwater.
Great Gable, The Lake District
The popular peak of Great Gable, with the prominent Napes Crags clearly in view and dominating the skyline, from the tumbling waters of Lingmell Beck near Wasdale Head.
High Street and Haweswater, The Lake District
On a beautifully clear autumn morning, the snow-covered peaks High Street and neighbouring Kidsty Pike dominate the view across the depths of Haweswater.
Pillar Fell and Ennerdale, The Lake District
The snow covered peak of Pillar Fell rises high above the lonely hillsides of Ennerdale, the Lake District's remotest valley, seen here from the shoulder of Brandreth.
Derwentwater Alpenglow, The Lake District
In the still cold pre-dawn of a January morning, the snow covered slopes of Skiddaw are highlighted against the colourful skyscape formed by the Arch of Anit-twilight.
The Derwent Fells from Friars Crag, The Lake District
The north-western fells of Grisedale Pike, Causey Pike, Catbells and Maiden Moor viewed from Friars Crag across a perfectly calm Derwentwater.
The Scafells in Winter, The Lake District
On an icy winter's morning, looking north from a shoulder on Esk Pike across the remote wilderness that is Eskdale and the snow covered ridge of The Scafells.
Langdale, The Lake District
An extended panoramic view of Langdale from Chapel Stile which includes not only the Langdale Pikes themselves but also the peaks of Bowfell and Crinkle Crags.
High Crag Buttermere, The Lake District
Beside the pine trees at Gatesgarth in Buttermere, looking across the lake towards the snow covered slopes of High Crag, White Cove and Burtness Comb.
Buttermere, The Lake District
In the light of a spring morning, the stunning and instantly recogniseable outline of Fleetwith Pike is perfectly reflected in the still waters of Buttermere.