2003 : Great Langdale from Crinkle Crags
From the dip between crinkles above Mickle Door; i.e. between Gunson Knott (left: look for two walkers on its top) and Long Top, the Crinkles actual named summit. A place for the naming of hills:
Prominent, stretching across the left half of the picture, is The Band; the dark gash in the fellside directly below is Hell Gill; Oxendale at centre; Pike O'Blisco at right with Windermere (8 miles away) in the distance beyond. In the middle centre ground is High Raise (3½ miles, in cloud shadow) and, nearer, the Langdale Pikes (2¼ miles) - with the Pike O'Stickle stone chute obvious. Also, at far left, across Mickleden, is the top of Stake Pass and beyond it we can just see into Langstrath. Touching the right edge of picture are the Eastern slopes of Wetherlam.
The far distant skyline, from left to centre, is Lonscale Fell (at picture edge) and Blencathra (15 miles); Clough Head, Great Dodd, Stybarrow Dodd, Raise and Helvellyn (7 miles); Dollywagon Pike, St Sunday Crag; then Fairfield, Dove Crag and Red Screes. Further right, now indistinct and difficult to distinguish, is the High Street range. The tiny bump on the final ridge would be Ill Bell.
ref: 0308-(06-09) : a photomerge of 4 Kodachrome landscape images