Blea Tarn Autumn Landscape Photography

Blea Tarn is perhaps one of the first locations I started to make Lake District Landscape Photographs. I’m pretty certain I used to drive here when I was a teenager although I cant find any photographic evidence of that, the earliest being form 2001. So today I hoped to revisit this special location and now with my two children share with them this special place. Here are my efforts of Blea Tarn Autumn Landscape Photography.


Langdale from the Boulders.

Blea Tarn. A classic scene. I do love this place. Even on days like today. I made some really nice images form here last year. Check them out.

From the wooden bridge looking down stream towards Weatherlam

Thats it form a vey cold Blea Tarn. I am out numbered to leave.

Yew Tree Tarn on the way home.

Coniston Old Man from Monk Coniston

You can see my collection of Lake District Landscape Prints from Blea Tarn here in my gallery.

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