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Lake District photo slates Mountain, Animal, Scenery

Our ever expanding range of Lake District photo slates

are available in various shapes and sizes 

all our slates are printed to order on the premises

if you would like your own pictures printed please contact us 


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Herdwick sheep watching the rain

Herdwick sheep photo slate, Herwick's are the native breed of sheep in the central and western Lake District and live on the highest of England's mountains this Lovely painting is by local artist Jean Grazier Hanging slate measures 19 h x 14 w

Lake Cruiser at Bowness Bay

This photo slate showing the lake cruiser and rowing boats at Bowness Bay, the town has become a tourist honeypot. Although their mutual growth has caused them to become one large settlement, the town is distinct from the town of Windermere slate measure 19w x 14 h

Lake Windermere evening

This photo slate of Lake Windermere shows the large lake in Cumbria’s Lake District National Park, northwest England. It’s surrounded by mountain peaks and villages, including Bowness-on-Windermere measures 19cm wide x 14cm high

Langdale Pikes

The Langdale Pikes a compact group of peaks that are amongst the most easily recognisable mountains in the Lake District.

Mickleden Valley

Mickleden is the smaller valley at the head of the Langdale valley. The Mickleden valley feels very remote (though it's not far from Old Dungeon Ghyll pub

Red Squirrel

This photo slate picture of the red squirrel shows our native squirrel, is most often found in coniferous woods. Red squirrels feast on hazelnuts by cracking the shell in half. You may also find pine cones that have been nibbled, leaving what looks like an apple core behind. Slate measure 14 cm square

Sheep at the farm gate in Coniston

Sheep at the farm gate in Coniston, this photo slate shows a familiar sight is this wonderful image taken at a farm in Coniston Hanging slate measures 19h x 14 wide

Slater Bridge Little Langdale

Slater Bridge which takes advantage of a central large rock and a very long slate slab to cross the River Brathay on its way from Little Langdale Tarn to Elterwater.