This picture was taken on a trip to the Lake District in November 2015, it had been several days of early mists and sunny days - my favoured conditions. This was the last morning of the mists before rain and more unsettled weather arrived, and a couple of hours after this was taken hill fog had closed in and the view had disappeared.
The location is above Side Gates near Little Langdale, Ordnance Survey Maps say 'disused quarry' or Gill Grains. I'd been up the day before but hadn't made the most of it so thought I'd try again. It was good to bump into guide writer Ellen Bowness there, I had her Lake District book in the car but forgot to get it signed though!
In other news I'll be publishing more photos on this website soon, just had a break from processing over the summer but am now catching up on that. There'll be pictures from Cornwall, Derbyshire and Suffolk to come in the next few weeks.