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Harrison Stickle from Blea Tarn

A view of Harrison Stickle, the tallest of the Langdale Pikes, reflected in Blea Tarn before dawn.

The view of the Langdale Pikes from Blea Tarn is one of the Lake District’s classic views. On this morning, a mist formed on the calm surface of the tarn as the first light of dawn illuminated the scene. Harrison Stickle and the other Langdale Pikes are perfectly framed between Rakeriggs Crag and Side Pike.

Harrison Stickle from Blea Tarn was last modified: April 14th, 2020 by Gavin Dronfield

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