Fells n’ stuff

So, after the fun times of seeing the cover for Dark Run going up at Frankfurt Book Fayre, I went to the Lake District for a week and walked up some mountains. On the basis that man cannot survive on a diet of future civilisation sci-fi alone, here are some pictures of some of the nicest green places left in England.

Derwent Water, where we stayed.
Derwent Water, where we stayed.
Skiddaw, north of Derwent Water.
Skiddaw, north of Derwent Water.
The view east from Helvellyn, third-highest point in England.
The view east from Helvellyn, third-highest point in England.
Clouds in the valley to the west of Helvellyn.
Clouds in the valley to the west of Helvellyn.
Looking east from the flank of High Stile on the south bank of Buttermere.
Looking east from the flank of High Stile on the south bank of Buttermere.
Crummock Water, looking down from High Stile.
Crummock Water, looking down from Red Crag.
A somewhat bleak view from the top of Skiddaw.
A somewhat bleak view from the top of Skiddaw.

I don’t often use language like this, but it’s good for the soul.

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