Harter Fell, seen from Boot

Published 14 July 2013

Harter Fell, seen from the village of Boot

I’ve recently got back from two weeks spent in the Lake District, mostly chilling and relaxing and getting away from that London thing in a cottage at Ambledisde.

This isn’t a photograph from that trip. I’m, to be honest, not that organised. But in the meantime I thought I’d share with you a picture form a previous Lake District trip.

This particularly lovely view is from a field near the village of Boot in Eskdale. It shows Harter Fell, which turned out to me a Wainwright I would climb on the trip.

But I didn’t pick this photograph because of that. Instead I picked it because it’s a lovely view. The rocks, the dry stone walls, the big hill in the background.

I loved Eskdale. I’ll have to go back at some point.

Oh and I’m sure you’ll see some photos of my latest trip to the Lakes soon.

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