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Brown How, Langdale

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Image Size 26x39cm | Edition of 100 | Prices: Image only £95 ...and Archivally mounted £115 ...and Fully Framed £175

Great Langdale is one of the best-loved valleys in the English Lake District. The famous fells that surround it include Crinkle Crags, Bow Fell and, most recognisable of all, the Langdale Pikes.

This shot however, is taken on a quieter side of the valley, on a modest fell called Brown How. It isn't very high, a simple line of wired fence posts trundles absentmindedly past it's bouldery top. Not too many people visit it. It's name implies a dull appearance but there are some wonderfully subtle colours to be found here.

Oh, and for good measure, it's more illustrious neighbours are also well seen around the horizon. A good objective for a busy summer's day when those neighbours are inundated.

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