Tarn Hows. Stuart Holmes / mediadrumworld.com

By Timmy Odejimi

FEAST your eyes on these eye-catching pictures of the Lake District in a new book that will leave you eager to explore Britain’s mountainous region.

 

Blea Tarn. Stuart Holmes / mediadrumworld.com

One picture shows a breath-taking view of the majestic Great Gable mountain which lies at the very heart of the Lake District. Other picturesque photographs include the Devoke Water at Birker Fell, Blea Tarn, Skiddal mountain, Cat Bells, Skiddaw, Derwentwater, Hardknott Fort, the St Michael and All Angels Church at Hawkshead, Ambleside, bluebells at Loughrigg Terrace, Tarn Hows, Wasdale, and Surprise View and Watendlath.

 

Great Gable. Stuart Holmes / mediadrumworld.com

Covering the Northwest part of England, this mesmerising photo-location guidebook reveals the beautiful landscapes, lakes, mountains, cliff-top sites, and national park the Lake District region is renowned for.

The images have been revealed in the new book, Photographing The Lake District: A Guide to the Most Beautiful Places by landscape photographer, Stuart Holmes.

 

Derwentwater. Stuart Holmes / mediadrumworld.com

“After extensive travel abroad, the scenic elements that made the Alps or Apennines popular were present in this part of the UK,” said Stuart.

“The Lake District as described by Ashley P. Abraham contains ‘more natural beauty, more literary associations, and more diversity of charm than any other similar area of the whole of the Earth’s surface’.

 

Loughrigg Terrace. Stuart Holmes / mediadrumworld.com

“If it’s your first visit or you’re a regular Lake District visitor, this book will point you to some of the best locations and hopefully inspire you to explore the limitless photographic possibilities of this unique area.”

With over 17.32 million visitors a year, the Lake District is a popular holiday destination and is known for its iconic landmarks and locations.

 

Clappersgate Bridge. Stuart Holmes / mediadrumworld.com

The book also features guides on how to get to each location as well as suggestions for photographers on what to shoot and viewpoints.

“Today millions of people visit the Lake District every year – they do this to enjoy one of the most beautifully scenic areas in the world,” said Stuart.

 

Hardknott Fort. Stuart Holmes / mediadrumworld.com

“Dedicated photographers come to the Lake District with the sole purpose of exploring the photographic potential of the area, in order to catch the golden moments when landscape and light combine to dramatic effect.”

 

Birker Devoke. Stuart Holmes / mediadrumworld.com

Published by fotoVUE, Photographing The Lake District: A Guide to the Most Beautiful Places is available to buy now on Amazon for £19.99.

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