In the calm of the past few days, with early morning mists lying on the surface of Ullswater, with the water like glass and affording some wonderful reflections of the surrounding scenery; it has certainly been a pleasure to be out with the camera in the early morning light.
Below is an image of a misty bay on Ullswater near Howtown on the Southern side of the lake, the sun was just breaking the horizon and beginning to burn off the mists lying in the valleys and over the lakes. Small amounts of Autumn colour are beginning to punch through the greenery of late summer and adding further warmth and colour to the scene.
After parking on The Coombs below Hallin Fell, I began the trek towards the ascent of Sleet Fell which would eventually take me to High Dodd, Place Fell and the Patterdale Common. On the ascent to Sleet Fell and stopped and looked back towards Hallin Fell and below is the scene which I gazed upon.