The mountain shadows reflect on the opposing bank as the sun sinks.
Ullswater from Howtown on the south side of the lake. This image is 'framed' by the pier at the 'outward bound' outdoor activity centre which is one of two such sites that are situated on the banks of Ullswater. An early morning shot, this one is a 100 second exposure.
Morning Mirror - An autumn storm in the distance but strangely still on Ullswater. The rain certainly hit on the drive home though.
45 minutes before dawn on Ullswater from Glencoyne Bay near Glenridding in the English Lake District.
Dead calm at Ullswater meaning I could take this minute long photo of the lake with the reeds in the foreground which did not move at all. Sunrise is over the horizon in the distance but diffused light is predominant in this image.
Lull At Ullswater
A spring morning, the wind is absent near the Steamer Pier at Pooley Bridge.
The low clouds appear to shoot down tendrils which reflect the warm glow of the sun about to rise.
The calmest of mornings at Glencoyne Bay on Ullswater, mean that the giveaway signs of the season are present underneath the clear water.
Autumn Vs Winter
Early season snow in the Lake District contrasts with the warm Autumn colours which have not finished their display.
The reflections of the hills create the illusion of an arrow pointing to the end of the lake as the setting sun reflects from the opposite side of Ullswater.
Chocolate Dawn - Taken near Pooley Bridge on Ullswater, this spring shot emphasizes the browns an oranges of the sunrise over the very still lake.
The Blue Beckons
Mid March at Ullswater on a morning where you get that rare combination of almost stillness and the clouds moving fast above. This near 5 minute exposure shows the sun heralding it's appearance which is as yet half an hour away.
Reflecting On The Day
This is Ullswater at 8pm at the end of April with a near cloudless sky and dead calm lake. The fiery oranges are reflecting the setting sun behind us on the opposite bank
This long exposure of Ullswater as evening approaches has a distinct cold and metallic look as the sun fights to make an impact through the moving clouds.
Dramatic Sunrises do not always materialise at Ullswater but the place always gives off a unique feel regardless of the weather. The cairn at the top of Hallin Fell can be seen on the left in this March image.
March, the snow is still present after recent downpours in the Lake District, but all is calm and a sense of optimism is present with the special sky on this morning at Ullswater. A minute long exposure.
Ullswater looking towards the opposite bank with some handily placed rocks setting off this dawn image 40 second autumn dawn image. This image looks warmer than it was.
Glencoyne Bay at Ullswater as the sun sets, In the foreground is a lone tree growing in the shallows, almost looking like a designed art installation.
A tree stump in the foreground introduces this evening image of Ullswater looking towards Glenridding at the end of the lake in the distance.
Transient Tints -
Transient Tints - One of those moments where the light plays on the land in a way that only lasts for a few second. This is a dawn shot taken near Pooley Bridge.
Ullswater Steamer At Rest
One of the famous Ullswater steamers at Pooley Bridge Pier on a cloudy evening in this long exposure shot.
A play on words for the title of this long focal length long exposure looking north up Ullswater. Not only are the three slopes of central to the image - but it also reminds me of the temperature while taking it.
The orange of the sun gives way to a royal blue over a still Ullswater.
Early Morning at a quiet spot on the edge of Ullswater near Pooley Bridge in the English Lake District. The old fixings dotted around this part of the world lend much.