Unusual Versions

20th April 2015
There are many, many places in the Lakes which have been photographed so often that there becomes a perceived "correct" way of doing so. It can be a particular angle, a particular time of year or a particular time of day... or a combination of any/all of the above.

However, just because everyone tells us there is a correct approach, it doesn't mean that is the only option. Today's photograph is just such an example of this, a photograph of Clappersgate Bridge taken from the wrong side, at the wrong time of day and in entirely the wrong season (autumn being the traditional time for this view - as it is for most other Lakes views)

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