Glenridding Beck

Glenridding Beck. (Click on the photo for added detail.)

The photo I’m sharing today is from a morning walk last year, on our holiday in the Lake District, starting from Glenridding by Ullswater. The first part of the walk went upstream along the beck, towards a disused mine below Sheffield Pike. While it wasn’t a steep walk by any measure, I remember the first section as a long uphill piece, so I was happy for an excuse to rest a bit and make some photos. For this one I set up my tripod for a longer exposure, with a composition that kept as much of the beck in view as possible.

For the curious, I’m including a map of my walk below. There will be at least another photo from this walk, of Grisedale valley on the latter part of the walk.

Glenridding and Lanty’s Tarn, starting from Glenridding. (Click on the map for added detail.)

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