Walks around Jenkins Crag (2010)
Colour photograph (Giclée) by Graham Hawcroft


  • Colour photograph (Giclée), Paper
  • From a limited edition of 50
  • Size: 40.12 × 27.01 in (unframed) / 40.12 × 27.01 in (actual image size)
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Artist's description:

This is one of my favourite walks around the Lake District, Cumbria, England.
Jenkins Crag is a viewpoint above the Waterhead end of Windermere. You get there via footpaths signposted off Lake Road, which runs south from Ambleside to Windermere village. I think some signs call it Jenkins Crag and there is also Jenkins Field beside the lake and opposite Stagshaw Gardens. Well, it's a low summit if you're a serious hiker but tall enough to call for good shoes, a water bottle, a Mars Bar, a meat pie, a cheese butty and enough energy to tackle stony paths, wet grass and the odd wooden stile. Give it an hour or two and on a clear day you'll see for miles.

Materials used:

Satin Matt (Fuji Crystal Archive DPII), Gloss (Fuji Crystal Archive DPII) or Metalic Paper