Archive for the ‘360’ Category
Langdale valley is one of my favourite locations in the Lake District. At the head of the valley the road steeply climbs up a 25% gradient to Blea Tarn. You get amazing views over the valley and the surrounding fells from this location.
Recently I stayed in Langdale for the evening and after a visit to Blea Tarn I took this shot of the Mickelden valley below Bowfell and the Langdale Pikes. Check out the fullscreen version by clicking the icon on the right inside the view.
Here you can see more of my Langdale Photos
My latest 360 degree virtual View is from the Royal Hotel in Borrowdale. I visited the Royal yesterday to delivery a new selection of my Lake District Greetings Cards which will be on sale in the Hotel immediately with a percentage of the sale proceeds going towards the conservation trust both myself and The Royal Hotel support.
A 360 degree interactive view from Honister Pass in-between Buttermere and Borrowdale. Press the play button in the centre of the image to open the interactive view, then click and drag inside the image to look around. Here you can see more details on my interactive virtual tour photography at www.lakedistrict360.com
Castlerigg Stone Circle in the northern Lake District is a collection of 38 stones approximately 30m in diameter. Inside the circle is a further 10 stones creating a rectangle. Castlerigg Stone Circle was probably built around 3,000BC. Here’s a virtual look around.
Did you know Loughrigg Fell below Grasmere has in fact 2 summits. A Northern one overlooking Grasmere and a Southern one which shows the only view of Loughrigg Tarn from the Summit ridge. If you have never seen either summits these two interactive views will give you an idea of what you’re missing.