Autumn in the Lake District

The tranquil Esthwaite Water, near Hawkshead

The tranquil Esthwaite Water, near Hawkshead

Which is your favourite season? A long time ago I would have said that my preferred time of year is spring, but since taking up photography in recent years, my appreciation for autumn has grown and grown.

I don’t know whether this year is exceptional for colour, but it certainly feels like it. The Lake District looks fabulous in its autumn tones, and it really is the perfect time to get some dramatic shots. So get your camera out, and get snapping! Here are a few scenes I’ve captured whilst out and about.

Windermere whilst waiting for the ferry on the Western shore

Windermere whilst waiting for the ferry on the Western shore

One of the Miss Cumbria vessels on Windermere

One of the Miss Cumbria vessels on Windermere

Beautiful views from this bus stop!

Beautiful views from this bus stop in Grasmere!

Outside Grasmere Garden Village

Outside Grasmere Garden Village (garden centre)

Windermere one early morning

Windermere early one morning

The Troutbeck valley

The Troutbeck valley

One more from Troutbeck...

One more from Troutbeck…

The entrance to Holehird near Windermere

The entrance to Holehird near Windermere

Holehird near Windermere

Across towards the lake from Holehird, near Windermere

Hayes Garden World, Ambleside

The road running alongside Hayes Garden World, Ambleside

Have you got some favourite photos of the Lake District in autumn? Why not share them with us on social media? And let us know your favourite places to photograph in the Lakes, by leaving a comment below.

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One Response to Autumn in the Lake District

  1. Janine John 01/11/2015 at 7:40 pm #

    If you’re looking for somewhere scenic but quickly accessible from which to take photos, take a look at my post from earlier this year about Queen Adelaide’s Hill near Windermere: http://lakedistrictgems.co.uk/2015/08/03/queen-adelaides-hill-windermere/

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