the screes panorama above wast water in winter

The Screes panorama

The Screes under the Illgill Head / Whin Rigg ridge are the most impressive screes in the Lake District. At about 2000 feet in height, they drop precipitously from the summit ridge into Wast Water.

This panoramic photo, taken late on a winter’s afternoon, is the result of stitching six individual photos together to produce one very large image.

The Screes panorama was last modified: April 15th, 2020 by Gavin Dronfield

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Photograph code: IMG_1033

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