Landscape Photography Vlog – Loving it in the Lake District / by Adam Karnacz

Lake District Landscape Photography

I travel to Rydal Water in the Lake District in this landscape photography vlog. There are stunning views from the top of Loughrigg Fell and some changeable lighting conditions.

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The Lake District

I am utterly convinced that the Lake District is one of the most beautiful places in the world. It can have a full years worth of weather in one day and photography conditions to match. It would be easy to spend the rest of your life capturing the scenes it has to offer. I am very aware I am lucky to have it on my door step. I definitely do not take all the amazing photography compositions it provides for granted. Having spent 10 years in London, with limited landscape photography, I am now making up for lost time.

My last visit to the Lakes was in January so it was good to get back, especially as we are now in the Spring with the slightly better weather and longer days. On this trip I visited Rydal Water and climbed Loughrigg Fell. The walk goes past Rydal caves providing an interesting twist on the normal landscape photography.

Rydal Water

The day ended back at Rydal water with some beautiful golden light. The weather did not play out exactly as I would have liked but was still an excellent day. New lessons learned, new moments experienced and another fantastic boost to my wellbeing.

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