5 Autumnal walks in the Lake District
12 months, 52 weeks, 365 days, 4 seasons. Whichever you use the measure a year, the Lake District will still be stunning. However, there is one of these periods when something quite magical happens!
You need to pick your time to get the most dramatic light, especially in summer. This photo of Brodick Bay in evening light taken by Thomas Obst demonstrates what happens when you get it right.
Thomas Obst is one of our most prolific contributors - see the December 2017 image for one of his earlier submissions. This photo uses the low light to highlight the rugged slopes on the Isle of Arran with a view towards Goatfell, taken from Brodick Bay just as the sun started to set.
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For next month we are looking for an inspirational spring photo, so if you have one you would like to see featured please send them in - see our full submission guidelines here.See this place on OS Maps
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