During my recent holiday near Grange, in addition to standing and sitting on Ashness Jetty I was able to explore other parts of the Borrowdale valley and the area around Derwentwater and Buttermere.
The weather wasn't great for photography although I have to say it was lovely to be able to sit by the water and enjoy the glorious scenery without enduring the permutations of being windswept, cold or wet.
I fell in love with the north shore of Crummockwater as it completely devoid of people and the woods and shoreline were a delight to explore. I also enjoyed what was left of the bluebells at Rannerdale and I shall make a concerted effort to visit in early May next year. It has to be a spectacular sight to see the hillsides completely transformed into a blue carpet.
I visited Moss Force at the top end of the Newlands Valley expecting it to be very dry. Although it wasn't spectacularly forceful I did enjoy capturing the different streams of water that were falling and rolling over the rocks. It is certainly worth more visits to capture all it's moods.
Also visit my Lake District gallery for more photographs