The inspiring Lake District VII (Final)

While going up to Catbells (451 m) the day before, the conditions changed not in a photographer’s favour and stayed until sunset miserably. So another approach in the late evening on the last day gave a remote view on it with the light gleaming through the thick blanket of clouds.

Time is intended to be spent, not saved. – Alfred Wainwright
Life is ours to be spent, not to be saved. – David Herbert Lawrence

  • September 2018
  • England
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