Photographing The Lake District second edition – Pre-Orders

We are very proud to announce fotoVUE’s eighteenth publication.

If you want to visit the most beautiful places in the Lake District and return with a great set of photographs this is the guidebook for you.

PHOTOGRAPHING THE LAKE DISTRICT (second edition) by Stuart Holmes – is a visitor and photo-location guidebook, and a beautiful visual record of this UNESCO World Heritage site. Perfect to plan your trip from home and to take with you on your trip. You can view a selection of pages from the book below.

After 15,000 copies of his first edition were sold, Stuart Holmes has extensively updated his visitor and photo-location guidebook to the Lake District. It now features over 100 location chapters (up from 70) that describe the most beautiful places in the Lake District to visit, covered by 528 pages with over 800 stunning photographs to enjoy.

The majority of locations involve very short walks or are roadside, including many wheelchair accessible places, and in this second edition, for the energetic, nine, scenic, high mountain walks are described.

PRE-ORDERS ARE AVAILABLE NOW – with the books expected back from the printers at the beginning of December. Signed copies are £24.95 – with free UK shipping (RRP after publication is £29.95). You can pre-order a copy HERE

Being born and bred in the Lake District, and taking photographs since a young age, Stuart guides you to all the classic locations and many less familiar locations off the beaten track and away from the crowds.

Covered are lakes, tarns, jetties, bridges, valleys, waterfalls, woodlands, villages, cottages and farmhouses, grand panoramic viewpoints, shows and events, historic houses, castles and gardens. This edition also includes two outliers, St Bees Head on the west coast and the Appleby Horse Fair.

Detailed OS maps featuring the locations (and the best pubs), written directions and smart phone useable ///what3words and scannable lat-long QR-codes make getting to a location straightforward.

• 100 locations and over 800 beautiful photographs
• Topographic maps • Sat nav and map co-ordinates including ///what3words and scannable lat-long QR-codes for your smart phone • Sun compass
• Best times to visit and seasonal highlights • Photographic tips • Accessibility notes
• Travel information • The best places to stay, eat and drink



Mick Ryan

Director of fotoVUE and Co-author of Photographing The Peak District
Mick Ryan is the founder and the director of fotoVUE. He is based in Calderdale having spent the last seven years in the Peak District. He also spends part of the year in Saratoga Springs, upstate New York. He is the founder of Rockfax guidebooks and introduced well-designed large-format photo-topo...

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