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Rock Formation, Blea Tarn, Lake District, England by Stephen Parker

The White stuff fell today, it had been promised for months now and it finally fell. So, off we went to hunt down some images. However, this wasn’t easy as weather in the Lake District can be very isolated. We drove over the Kirkstone Pass and were amazed not to see much in the way of snow. It was mainly forecast further down South so we headed to the Langdales and was delighted to see some heavy, large flakes dropping and it was settling! I noticed that Blea Tarn had a layer of ice and the snow was sitting on top creating some lovely scenes with the rocks. After having a wonder round for ten or so minutes making sure not to ruin the scene for others I settled on this capture of these four rocks.


Camera Canon 5D Mk IV
Lens Canon 70-200mm f/4L
Aperture f/8
S/S 1/6sec
ISO 50
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