Инстаграм @tristantinn Tristan Tinn
Warm light on the larch, cool cloud shrouding the Langdales behind. Just waiting patiently for winter to set in, looks like it’s going to set in this weekend!
Rolling green hills fade into dark distant fells shortly after sunrise this morning. Can’t help but feel we are overdue a portion of ❄️ ⛄️...
Larch trees in the banks of Thirlmere being the last to turn. We say goodbye to the autumn colours for good with these downpours! Roll on crisp cold mountain mornings...
Finding those lesser known gems is what it’s all about! Exploring is equally as fun strolling around the lakeside in great light as it is being blown over up on the fells like today (story).... who’s visited this spot? 🙋🏼♂️
Thrilled to bits with my success in #disposableheros for @the_eskapee supported by @santacruzbicycles. Blown away by what a roll of @kodak ISO 800 film can do behind a plastic lens! Great light > Gear. Thanks to those tagged for the support, be it route advice, gear or professional modelling skills...
Autumn’s last grip on the trees of the Lakes last week at Tarn Howes. Ready for them white peaks now... who’s with me?! 🏔🙋🏼♂️
After rain comes sun. Bare trees, glisten heavy with fresh rain droplets backlit by sheer sunshine💧... I’ve wanted to shoot the vivid larches at Thirlmere for a couple of years now so it was great to catch them in good light - even if it only lasted a matter of minutes on random passing
I often overlook Windermere, the reality is it offers some fine views. The one over the Langdales is my favourite, probably because it’s the view I’ve seen the most growing up. The colourful mixed woodland dappled with light by Brathay really sets it off. What an autumn it’s been for colours!
Last light falls onto a lone silver birch on Whitbarrow Scar. A new area for me, a nice change of scenery from typical Lakeland views 🌳