Phil Corley

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  • Ogwen Dawn

    Location: Llyn Above Llyn Ogwen, North Wales Reference: A-1802-2295 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Ogwen First Light

    Location: Llyn Above Llyn Ogwen, North Wales Reference: A-1902-2322 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Last Light over Tarn Hows

    Location: Tarn Hows, Lake DIstrict, UK Reference: A-1801-2264 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Winter's Light

    Mickleden from Side PikeLocation: Side Pike, Lake DIstrict, UK Reference: A-1801-2231 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Watching for the Light

    Blea Tarn from Side PikeLocation: Side Pike, Lake DIstrict, UK Reference: A-1801-2206 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Blea Tarn Winter

    Location: Blea Tarn, Lake DIstrict, UK Reference: A-1801-2188 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Cold Morning

    Blea Tarn from Brit KnottLocation: Brit Knott, Lake DIstrict, UK Reference: A-1801-2182 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • The Wall and Winter

    The Langdale Pikes from Side PikeLocation: Side, Lake DIstrict, UK Reference: A-1801-2234 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Islands

    Bow Fell from Side PikeLocation: Side Pike, Lake DIstrict, UK Reference: A-1801-0484 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Lone Tree

    Location: Buttermere, Lake DIstrict, UK Reference: A-1801-2172 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Dawn's Soft Light

    Location: Derwent Water, Lake DIstrict, UK Reference: A-1801-2120 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Pier Remains

    Location: Derwent Water, Lake DIstrict, UK Reference: A-1801-0465 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Ashness Jetty

    Location: Derwent Water, Lake DIstrict, UK Reference: A-1801-2153 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Approaching Weather - Blea Tarn

    It was a day of sunshine and snow showers. Still in the "golden hour" of winter (generally lasting for 2 hours after sunrise and 2 hours before sunset), the skies over the Langdale Pikes darkened indicating the approach of the next heavy shower of snow and rain.Location: Birt Knott, Lake DIstrict, UK Catalogue Reference: A-1801-2081 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Remains

    Near the summit of Side Pike with The Langdale Pikes looking magnificent in the late afternoon late, an old wall and fence is falling into ruin. Who built a wall this high up who knows, but I am sure it won’t be repaired! Location: Side Pike, Lake District, UK Catalogue Reference: A-1801-2100 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Morning Glow - Blea Tarn

    30 minutes after sunrise, the sun cleared the hills behind and flooded over the Tarn and just clipping the top of Side Pike - One of those mornings :-) Location: Birt Knott, Lake DIstrict, UK Catalogue Reference: A-1801-2062 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • The Old Dungeon Ghyll

    Sitting small and almost insignificant beneath the mass of the Langdale Pikes, The Old Dungeon Ghyll hotel provides a sense of scale to the landscape Location: Side Pike, Lake District, UK Catalogue Reference: A-1801-2114 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Snow Shower Over Mickleden

    The remains of a snow shower drifts over Mickleden in the Lake District as a shaft of late afternoon light paints the flank of Langdale FellLocation: Side Pike, Lake District, UK Catalogue Reference: A-1801-2113 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Winter Llyn LLydaw

    30 minutes after sunrise and the clouds sweep in over the peak of Snowdon carrying with them the look of snow. Within a minute of capturing this image the snow arrived and after quickly beating a retreat to the back of the lake’s pump house, I stood and waited for the weather to pass. After an hour I decided to call it a day and headed back down to the car and a flask of soup to warm me up!Location: Llyn Llydaw, Snowdonia, North Wales Catalogue Reference: A-1712-0148 Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley

  • First Light

    After a cold pre-dawn walk to Llyn Llydaw, I positioned myself at a small frozen pool I found when scouting the area the afternoon before. Then it was a simple case of setting up and waiting for the light. To be honest, the mass of cloud to the east meant I wasn’t really expecting anything, but you sometimes have to hope; and just for a few minutes, the first light of the day broke through the clouds and illuminated the peaks.Location: Llyn Llydaw, Snowdonia, North Wales Catalogue Reference: A-1712-0118 Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley

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