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Blea Tarn and Great Langdale in the Langdales

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[/column] [column col=”2/3″] [space height=”20″] Great Langdale is one of the most dramatic valleys in the Lake District and ideally positioned for well-lit images that bring out every detail of the landscape. Travelling along the B5343 you can easily explore the valley and take in the many stonewalls, trees, and becks as foreground elements. This valley is great for photography all year round. Blea Tarn is situated in a small hanging valley between Great Langdale and Little Langdale. Traditional dry stone wall lead down to the forested shores of Blea Tarn, surrounded by mountains with views across to the peaks of the Langdale Fells. Location: 54.429142,-3.091242 [/column] [space height=”0″]