The light is low early in the morning at Thirlmere. The grass however appeared almost flourescent.
Thirlmere, on a cold spring morning, is dressed by the warm colours of the trees.
A cold early spring morning in March at Thirlmere, Not a breath of wind as the few clouds there are caress the top of Hellvellyn on the opposite bank.
Early morning as the sun has already risen on the opposing bank of Thirlmere but is hidden behind the fells.
Wispy clouds slide across the sky on this cold spring morning at Thirlmere with absolutely no wind.
Sun and cloud do battle just after sunrise at the lake which holds Manchester's water.
Autumn at Thirlmere
Dawn at the lake edge at Thirlmere after a night of relentless rain.
Thirlmere & Helvellyn
A bitter November morning, the colours were not inspiring so this one is monochome. One of the famous fells, Helvellyn, is on the opposite side of Thirlmere. An interesting, if small cuaseway is in the foreground with some isolated trees growing out in the lake.