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Landscape Photography of the Lakes, Dales, Moors and Wolds


About the photographer

Gavin Dronfield Lake District and Yorkshire Dales landscape photographer

I have been a keen hiker for many years and more recently landscape photography has become a passion of mine, concentrating on the UK landscapes of the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales.

As a general rule I like to let the landscape speak for itself so try not to manipulate my photographs too much as nature does a good enough job of making things beautiful.

Most of my landscape photographs are taken around Yorkshire and Cumbria as I have spent most of my life living in those areas. Currently I live in Penrith, very close to the Lake District, but one thing that will never change is me being a proud Yorkshireman!

Feel free to browse my galleries. My photos of the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales photo gallery are the ones that are updated most often. I hope you enjoy them.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch with me using the Contact Me page on this site or visit my photography page on facebook:


A selection of recent photographs


Recent blog entries


Buying prints of photographs

If you are interested in buying prints of any of the photos on this site please visit the online shop where high quality prints, framed prints, greetings cards and canvas prints are available in a range of sizes. All come with a 30 day money back guarantee.

Alternatively, should you be interested in any of the landscape photographs for commercial purposes please view my stock photography collection on Alamy.

framed print of Lake District landscape photograph

Sample framed photo print


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Landscape Photography of the Lakes, Dales, Moors and Wolds was last modified: October 21st, 2020 by Gavin Dronfield