An iconic and beautiful Lake District location The Langdale Boulders, more accurately called the Copt Howe erratics. The site includes one of the most intricate and impressive examples of prehistoric rock art in Cumbria. The designs on the rocks, which were only discovered as late as 1999, are considered to date from the Neolithic or Bronze Age and consist of concentric circles, spirals and geometric designs arranged around a series of natural depressions in the rock.
The view along the valley is outstanding, I am always returning to this place it has an almost spiritual resonance.
Attempted hacks on this website. Live update opens in a new window.
A West Yorkshire mill workshop, untouched for many years.
A New Zealand Journey
Exciting photography and design, cutting edge at the time.
A look at how tourists collect: 'Indisputable evidence that the trip was made'.
An early encounter with the world of film.
for Tarn Hows in the English Lake District.