View down the Kirkstone Pass, between Ullswater and Windermere in the English Lake District, to the valley and hills beyond. The pass reaches almost 1,500 feet above sea level. The drystone dykes are a ubiquitous feature of the Lake District and the lichen growth shows the lack of pollution. The road through the Kirkstone Pass is at times impassable during the winter as a result of snow drifts.
Photograph taken in March 2008. Available to licence or purchase as a print from Dunmaglas Photography.
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