Another Storm Brewing over Tarn Hows, Cumbria
A shot taken just over a year ago at Tarn Hows above Coniston in the Lake District. The Silver Birch had already developed the winter red tinge to their branches matching the bracken beneath. A slight ripple had started to appear over the lake and the last of the low afternoon sun was fading as storm clouds headed in from the West….and it did turn wet.
But I guess not as wet as recent weeks that caused much devastation and even with the best will in the world will take some considerable time to repair much of the damage
(C) David Oakes 2015