Wintry Bannerdale with hawthorn tree clinging to a crag in snow blizzard

Bannerdale valley in winter

A hawthorn tree clings to the side of a wintry Bannerdale valley.

This day out in the fells started so promisingly but by the time I had climbed from Martindale up to Angletarn Pikes a blizzard had produced a total white-out. This tree was stubbornly clinging to the side of Bannerdale valley, possibly aware of what was on its way.

Bannerdale valley in winter was last modified: August 9th, 2020 by Gavin Dronfield

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