Back in February this year, when we were living for a time in the south of Cumbria, I had a day out photographing around Tilberthwaite. A place I have visited many times, either for photography or for walking tours of the Coniston and Wetherlam hills. The car park is free and usually has space and there are good shots to be had almost straight from the car park.
This trip was just for photography so I didn't stray far. I didn't need to. The old mine workings work together with the tremendous views and a little snow topped everything off.
The wider area is full of photographic interest, especially Holme Fell. In late autumn and through winter the larch trees, which are plentiful around here, are a flaming orange.