Raf’s Winter Lake District Nature Frame

Whilst not at work in his role as Low Wood Bay Maintenance Engineer, Raf has been out and about capturing some stunning Lake District winter images. We think you will agree it was worth wrapping up warm and braving the temperatures to share some of his favourite views with us.

1. Gateway to the fells

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2. ‘Waterbed’ now has New Meaning

Nevil Jeffery, General Manager at Low Wood Bay taking a nap on the lake. Rafs-winter blog-3

 3. There’s no such thing as bad Weather, only bad clothes!

Ask the locals – this Herdwick ram stands proud in the frost with his winter fleece on. Rafs-winter blog-4

4. Dove Crag

Reflections of Dove Crag just before the wind picked up and a hail storm moved in. Rafs-winter blog-5

5. Ambleside at Dusk

As darkness falls on Ambleside a passing car illuminates one of the small back country roads.

Rafs-winter blog-96. Robin Redbreast

Spotted perching in a thawing snow-covered tree at Grizedale Rafs-winter blog-11

7. Snow on the fells and fire in the sky

Taken from the iconic jetty at Low Wood BayRafs-winter blog-13 8. Watercolour -The view across Windermere from the Waterhead Hotel

Rafs-winter blog-149. Brighten up your run

Certainly a great way to keep warm in winter and the dramatic landscape certainly makes it more interesting. Rafs-winter blog-16

10. Dramatic waterfalls

Taken at Easdale Tarn Rafs-winter blog-18 To see more more of Rafael’s Lake District photographs visit his Facebook page.

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