Photographer's Note

Loughrigg Tarn, a well known beauty spot in the English Lake District. Could this be the home of the first six-legged cow? (Centre).

The Fells (mountains), in the background are collectively known as the Langdale Pikes. The rounded top just right of centre is Pavey Ark which can be ascended via a groove which runs diagonally across its riven face from lower right to upper left. This route is called Jack’s Rake and is a safe, airy scramble with enough feeling of exposure to give the average fellwalker a sense of achievement on reaching the summit. Several tracks can be seen leading on to the greater heights of Harrison Stickle and Pike o’ Stickle. The fells on the extreme left may be ascended as part of the route to England’s highest mountain, Scafell Pike.

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