Scope Beck and High Snab Bank

Walkers on High Snab Bank

A recent trip to the Lake District saw me go one several interesting walks – in mostly good weather.  These images are from the first walk there – a walk up High Snab Bank that if you continued up the track would lead to a summit on Robinson, and then back down alongside Scope Beck to the small lake.

The weather on this day was very nice, and these are my personal favourite shots from the day.

I’ll start with some panoramas.

Panorama from Scope Beck Towards Catbells
Panorama from Scope Beck Towards Catbells

These next two are the same panorama – just different processing.  I am not sure which one I prefer.

Panorama looking down Scope Beck Valley towards Hindscarth (Summer Look)
Panorama looking down Scope Beck Valley towards Hindscarth (Summer Look)
Panorama looking down Scope Beck Valley towards Hindscarth (Detail Look)
Panorama looking down Scope Beck Valley towards Hindscarth (Detail Look)

Now some normal sized landscape shots.  Some are single images – some are merged HDRs in Adobe Bridge.  Can you tell what is what ?

High Snab Bank toward Catbells
High Snab Bank toward Catbells
High Snab Bank toward Catbells (2)
High Snab Bank toward Catbells (2)
High Snab Bank toward Keswick
High Snab Bank toward Keswick
High Snab Bank
High Snab Bank
High Snab Bank Looking towards Keswick and Catbells
High Snab Bank Looking towards Keswick and Catbells
High Snab Bank Looking towards Robinson and Hindscarth
High Snab Bank Looking towards Robinson and Hindscarth
High Snab Bank Looking towards Knott Rigg
High Snab Bank Looking towards Knott Rigg
Walkers on High Snab Bank
Walkers on High Snab Bank
High Snab Bank looking to Rigg Screes on Knott Rigg
High Snab Bank looking to Rigg Screes on Knott Rigg
Looking down Scope Beck
Looking down Scope Beck
Lake at top of Scope Beck
Lake at top of Scope Beck
Down Scope Beck Valley
Down Scope Beck Valley
Scope Beck Valley
Scope Beck Valley

Hope you enjoyed them.  The HDRs are the “Down Scope Beck Valley”, “Lake at top of Scope Beck” & “Walkers on High Snab Bank”.  Did you guess right ?

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