Tim Ball

Tim Ball


“I love nothing better than to capture images of God's wonderful creation to share with others. My aim, to delight and inspire.”


Tim lives in the North West of England, not far from the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales.

He took his first photographs at the age of 14, and before contracting M.E. in 1989, earned his living as a professional audio-visual photographer. Now, as then landscape photography is his passion. He currently uses Sony A7 series cameras and Zeiss prime lenses.

 

More of his photographs can be viewed on Flickr as timballic

Embleton Bay, Northumberland, and the last of Dunstanburgh Castle from that holiday.

Rippling sand

Ref: TB 18 158

Bamburgh Light  Bamburgh Castle at evening, with stormy light.

Bamburgh Beach "Under and over"

Ref: TB 18 156

Bamburgh Beach - Below Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland. Stormy light.

Bamburgh Beach

Ref: TB 18 154

Sunrise at Embleton Bay, Northumberland.

Embleton Sand and Sun

Ref: TB 18 159

Bamburgh Beach "Under and Over"  Wave and clouds mirrored.

Bamburgh Beach "Under and over"

Ref: TB 18 156

Bamburgh Beach reflections  Continuing the Bamburgh theme.

Bamburgh beach reflections

Ref: TB 18 155

Frosty Wharfedale. "  My favourite from this frosty morning in Wharfedale, looking towards Appletreewick, (don't you just love that name!)  (Apologies to those who Fave'd my Bolton Priory Pano', I will be reposting it. It was out of sequence.)"

Frosty Wharfedale

Ref: TB 18 149

Buttermere Waterspout 2. "  The biggest of the day, or at least the biggest that I caught on camera, there were a few more like it but I don't remember seeing any bigger.  The wind was gale force, (needless to say!) gusting 60mph.  Earlier in the day, most of the waterspouts had been further down the lake, but by the afternoon they were right in front of me, as here.  I took a series as this one chased across the lake, but this was at its peak."

Buttermere waterspout 2

Ref: TB 18 151

Autumn Derwentwater. " A longer exposure to soften things a bit."

Autumn Derwentwater

Ref: TB 18 148

Another day dawns. "Derwentwater, from Myrtle Bay, before sunrise. It was so peaceful...even with the geese calling, somehow they added to the sense of solitude."

Another day dawns

Ref: TB 18 147

Wings over the Water. "Crummock Water. 50 minutes later than the last shot, and the warm sun flooding in."
Brandlehow Jetty II "Another taken in heavy rain on Derwentwater last May. Long exposure as even with high ISO the light was too poor to get a short enough exposure to catch the raindrops in water. The long exposure has really enhanced the reflection though."

Brandlehow jetty II

Ref: TB 18 152

Shakin all over. "  More wind and wet....but for once, not into the lens. Yay! ;o))  Crummock water trees on a rather miserable late October morning...that I enjoyed...mostly!."

"Shakin' all over"

Ref: TB 18 150

Fountains Gloaming  Fountains Abbey, N. Yorkshire."This is my favourite angle of the Abbey, from the SE, here from the path, (though lower, from the grass is also pleasing.)  Unaccustomed as I am to night photography, I was doing a lot of experimenting, exposure wise, this holiday."

Fountains gloaming

Ref: TB 18 153

"..Seven Geese a Swimming...."  ...But not before saying...... "A VERY HAPPY CHRISTMAS TO ALL"  If you have been, thanks for looking and encouraging me, and all the best for 2012  (Oh, alright, they should be Seven Swans a swimming, but there weren't six of them and they weren't a laying!).

"...Seven geese a swimming..."

Ref: TB 18 132

Brandelhow Point. "One of my favourites from my May holiday. This was definitely a case of being in the right place at the right time. A few minutes earlier, and the sun wasn't fully on the trees, and only a few minutes later, the reflections and mist vanished. I would have included the top of the tall Pine if I could, but low fells behind and a clear blue sky and its reflection prohibited it."
My Favourite. "My favourite from that morning, (and the holiday). To really enter into the sense of it, you need to hear the "drumming" of snipe from the wetland behind, the calling of geese across the lake, and the cuckoos from the fells on each side! It was a wonderful morning."

Wings over the water

Ref: TB 18 146

My favourite

Ref: TB 18 142

On the rocks. "  ....and boy were they slippery!  Dawn at Dunstanburgh Castle."

On the rocks

Ref: TB 18 137

Sand runners. "Embleton Bay, Northumberland One of my late mum's, she was a photographer long before I was even thought of ;o)"

Sand runners

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Storm light minimalism. " Embleton Bay and the beach huts towards Low-Newton-by-the-Sea."
Lily pads revisited. "This is another of my favourites.  The mist was thinning so fast, that by the time I'd found and set up an upright/portrait format shot, it had as good as gone. A few flowers out would have been icing on the cake, but at least the buds were there.  Only a stones throw from the place I took the last shots of the little island from, but quite a trek back to the boardwalk and down the other side of the inlet to actually get here. The tussock grass about thigh high, (all wet through from the heavy dew), with large hummocks , made it even harder as I was rushing knowing that the mist was going."

Brandlehow point

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Lily pads revisited

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Dunstanburgh Sunrise 2. "I prefer the composition of the last one, but the reflections on the wet rocks is better here. ;o)"

Dunstanburgh Sunrise 2

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Meanwhile....  "...whilst mum was photographing the light behind me, I'm looking the other way! It's so hard on that beach to tear one's eyes away from the castle! By the time I did turn round, all the drama that mum caught, (the last two shots posted), had faded."

Meanwhile...

Ref: TB 18 133

Storm Light, Embleton Bay  "With the beach huts towards Low-Newton-by-the-Sea."
Wastwater Contrast 2. "10 minutes later than the last, and the bursts of sunlight on The Screes continued, whilst the sun was dropping fast and no longer lighting the foreground, but the drama of the clouds down the lake got even better, so I chose a horizontal format to include more of them.  As so often I had two to choose from that were equal in my preference. The dark showers are perhaps better below, but the reflection and Screes above...???"
Wasdale, between the showers. " The first sun for several days."

Storm light, Embleton Bay

Ref: TB 18 134

Storm light, minimalism

Ref: TB 18 135

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Wasdale, between the showers

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Evening Light Under The Screes. "Somehow this reminds me of a painting. I like the strong, but broken, diagonal here too.  I confess I didn't go the extra few yards to the Scots Pine to investigate it as a potential foreground.....another time!"

Evening light under the screes

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One end of the Rainbow. "Lots of "if only's" with this one. I had the 35-70 mm on when the rainbow appeared during a very heavy shower with gusty wind, (see below). The widest I had with me was the 28mm, which I managed to change to, under the brolly, whilst wishing for more hands and less wind and wet, and just caught this as it faded. It was BRILLIANT! I think the main picture (above) has the better balance, despite having less of the bow."

One end of the rainbow

Ref: TB 18 128

Spring Path, Derwentwater . "Taken early morning, soon after the sun had risen over the tops. A scene that will be familiar to many round-the-lake walkers, where the path rounds the most southerly end of the lake. After lots of rain, (and Borrowdale gets more than its fair share, being the wettest place in England), the lake often extends up to (and occasionally over), the path here. This was taken following a very dry early Spring, that changed a day or two after taking this, when it reached the reeds under these birch trees. The only other person around when I took this was a lone jogger, who was through and gone, before I had time to consider whether she might have added to the picture!"

Spring path, Derwentwater

Ref: TB 18 130

Wastwater contrast

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Going to the Head.. "…or perhaps, "towards the Viewpoint! (Neither are visible!)    It somehow seems appropriate that my first from the first full day of my Wasdale holiday is this one. It seems to sum up the next two weeks rather well! i.e. lots of "weather".    Now rain can be good, indeed some of my favourite shots include curtains of the stuff, (backlit, at Castle Stalker), taken from the shelter of an umbrella, but when it's rain + wind, things get a little more (or, a lot more) difficult and very frustrating for the photographer. On some days there were even waves!"

Going to the head

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Dawn, Dunstanburgh sands . "I don't really think there is a "Dunstanburgh Sands", just "Embleton Bay", but it fitted ;o)"

Dawn, Dunstanburgh sands

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Spring under Maiden Moor. "The little path that leads from the south of Derwentwater towards Grange-in-Borrowdale.  Nice to see that it remains a "little track", as with the amount of walkers it gets, it could easily have been turned into a deep and wide scar!"

Spring under the Maiden Moor

Ref: TB 18 131

Classic Buttermere Pines. "As the sun rises and lights up the slopes behind the pines, everything starts to look rather flat. (I actually prefer it in the Autumn). Nevertheless, I still like this one as the little "dam" someone has kindly built in the foreground, holds the base quite well."

Classic Buttermere Pines

Ref: TB 18 144

Over the wall. "  From in front of Oak Howe Farm in the Langdale Valley, the English Lake District.  This is the extent of my process skill in "curves", ideally I would have prefered to make the background to the trees just a touch darker without darkening the wall. However, this is probably close to how it actually looked."

Over the wall

Ref: TB 18 121

Limpid Light, Rydal. "  On this morning I arrived at 5.30am and wandered round the "back" of the islands on the SW shore of Rydal Water. The light was very hazy and despite reflections, I had real problems "seeing the picture".  I took several as the light strengthened over the next two hours, but I was struggling to make a picture that really pleased me, nothing was coming together.  On viewing the results from that morning, this one stands out as having a special quality that I didn't recognise at the time of taking. The light is clearer, the colours more varied, the atmosphere less hazy, the reflections just as I like best. It can't have lasted long like this as nothing else I took that morning has it!".

Limpid light, Rydal

Ref: TB 18 120

Spring Morning on the Brathay. "Beside the footpath from Elterwater to Skelwith Bridge. One of my all time favourite views in the Lake District, whatever the season, looking south across the Brathay towards Birk Rigg, when the water is still and reflecting."

Spring morning on the Brathay

Ref: TB 18 122

Favoutite Larch. "Back to Wasdale for the last few of last autumn.  Despite the intruding branches on the left, this is one of my favourites from beside Netherbeck, just before the sun lit the Screes."

Favourite Larch

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Blea Tarn Track. "  The lighting starts to become good again as the sun goes behind Blake Rigg leaving it in shadow whilst the pines are still backlit.  Just started to set up and the couple appeared for their picnic under the pine...couldn't avoid them! They stayed till after the sun had gone."

Blea Tarn Track

Ref: TB 18 119

Bronze and green. "Waterlilies at the southern end of Derwentwater. Not in flower in May, when these were taken. By July, they may have been out of the water this year!"

Bronze and green

Ref: TB 18 143

 Tim Ball The Autumn Esk. "Looking downstream from Trough House Bridge near Boot in Eskdale. Wonderful colours last autumn."

The Autumn Esk

Ref: TB 18 123

Buttermere Spring - I love to see the fresh young leaves on the trees in spring, in all their different shades of green, beautiful light and relfection on the lake

Buttermere Spring

Ref: TB 18 116

Floodlit Pines  Buttermere. I wonder who planted this row of Scots Pines, and how long ago? Beautiful symmetry of the green woodland and mountain on water.

Floodlit pines

Ref: TB 18 117

Buttermere watercolours, impressionism effect of the pines trees reflecting on water

Buttermere watercolours

Ref: TB 18 115

What a place! Wonderful morning light on the lake district, beautiful green woodlands and reflections on the lake shore

What a place!

Ref: TB 18 113

Invisible menace. "Being eaten alive by midges. My "Skin so soft" repellent was not working on this morning, (I'd used it successfully every other morning), but down amongst this cotton grass, they was murder! I'm surprised the picture isn't full of them!"

Invisible menace

Ref: TB 18 140

drBeautiful waterfall in the english Lake district, green woodland

Posforth Gill Force

Ref: TB 18 099

The other Buttermere fish  The real Buttermere "Fish" being the Pub in the village. Here I thought the reflections formed a fish shape, Green woodlands and mountain reflectning on water, lovely sunlight

The other Buttermere Fish

Ref: TB 18 114

Sunrise across Derwentwater, reflected back from the West, over Causey Pike and the Coledale Fells. Friars Crag to the right.  (God's paintbrush again). Thereal "Wow!" vivid salmon orange/pink colour of the sky reflecting on the water.

Reflected glory

Ref: TB 18 111

Sun rise on Brimham Rocks, the sky was a mass of pink and orange vapour trails.

Another morning

Ref: TB 18 100

...to reveal Derwentwater, blue sky and sun, from Myrtle Bay. Sunlight breaking throught the woodland to create a perfect reflection of the sky on the Lakeshore.

The Veil draws back

Ref: TB 18 109

After the overnight rain, and no wind, all the trees were laden with rain drops. Here, on the buds of May blossom, Close up.

Darling buds of May ... or Spring Jewels

Ref: TB 18 106

Derwentwater dawn. Mist and reflections, geese calling and cuckoo too. It transported me to worship the Lord, the Creator. I love this time of day, and I so nearly missed the hint of high red colour that morning, it so often precedes the real sunrise time, and was there so briefly.

Dawn magic

Ref: TB 18 101

I know it's not a puddle-duck, but it just needs a bonnet and shawl ....! sunlight on the lakeshore, Greebbay, Derwentwater

Jemima s wild cousin flies in

Ref: TB 18 102

As the sun rose, this far corner of the little wood beckoned.  Brock Valley, English Bluebell, said to be a symbol of constancy, regret, and solitude

A special corner

Ref: TB 18 112

Brandelhow Dawn. "Early light and colour at the landing stage at Brandelhow, on Derwentwater."

Brandelhow Dawn

Ref: TB 18 118

Intense glow from the lights of Keswich fading fast as the dawn light strenghtened, Brandlehow Jetty, Derwenwater

......Up a bit!

Ref: TB 18 110

As the sun rose, blue sky started to appear and the fog rolled across Derwentwater. Then, as the fog thinned in the trees, the sun began to burst through. This always thrills me, as, after years of Landscape photography, it is still a relatively rare sight...to me at least.  "For the beauty of the earth....Father, unto You we raise, this our sacrifice of praise"

Breakthrough 2

Ref: TB 18 108

More smoke patterns from The Lodore Hotel, reflected in Derwentwater's Great Bay. Green woodland reflecting on the Bay

Kaleidoscope 2

Ref: TB 18 104

Catching the light

Ref: TB 18 107

Sunlight on the green woodlands reflecting on the lake at GReen bay derwentwater, Lake District

Backlit reflections

Ref: TB 18 103

Borrowdale in the English lake district, greaan woodland, beautiful sunlight

Deja Vu

Ref: TB 18 105

Appletreewick in Frost  Wharfedale in the Yorkshire Dales. A stag headed oak tree with just a few leaves clinging on

Appletreewick in Frost

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Fountains Abbey, Floodlit evening. Lights on the ruins of Fountains Abbey, golden coours on the trees, magical reflection on water

Floodlit Fountains

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Fountains Abbey, Drive-by evening, and the first car checks out the route, evening lights, reflections on water

Trailblazer

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Bolton Priory " This is the closest I could get to a shot I'd long planned, of the Priory, from up on this terrace, surrounded by trees in full autumn colours and an "interesting" sky, all reflected in the river Wharfe . Not the conditions, plus lots of trees have been planted below the terrace, (just to the left of this), that now restrict (ie. completely hide!), the once good views of the Priory with reflection".

Bolton Piory

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Neptune and the Temple of Piety  The seagull on head makes it for me. ;o)  The Moon pond at the 18th c. Studely Royal Water Gardens

Neptune and the Temple of Piety

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It begins  The drive-by at Fountains Abbey, wonderful lights behing Fountains Abbey, golden colour effects on the trees

It begins

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Across the Wharfe  Bolton Priory at sunrise, across the River Wharfe. morning purple sky, winter landscape reflecting on the Wharfe

Across the Wharfe

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Scalaber Autums 2, A lovely, ( yet nearly drizzling), morning spent around this wonderful waterfall. Scalaber Foss, near Settle. Yorkshire Dales. It looks so peaceful, but the roar of the falling water, after an hour or so, became too much for comfort!

Scalaber Autumn 2

Ref: TB 091

Tim Ball Photography, SIlver and Gold

Silver and Gold

Ref: TB 090

Combed mist  The mist appeared to be almost boiling through the trees, as it swirled and seethed on the wind.  Oxnop, Swaledale

Combed mist

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Tim Ball Photography, Derwentwater Sunrise Ref: TB 001

Derwentwater Sunrise

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Tim Ball Photography, Buttermere Ash 3 Ref: TB 003

Buttermere Ash 3

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Tim Ball Photography, Between the pines IR Ref: TB 005

Between the pines IR

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Tim Ball Photography, Frosted fence and reflection Ref: TB 015

Frosted fence and reflection

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Tim Ball Photography, first light, Rydal Ref: TB 020

First light, Rydal

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Tim Ball Photography, River leaves 2 Ref: TB 026

River leaves 2

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Tim Ball Photography, Path to Borrowdale ref: TB 013

Path to Borrowdale

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Tim Ball Photography, Early light, Derwentwater, Reflected Ref: TB 014

Early light, Derwentwater, Reflected

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Tim Ball Photography, frosted grasses and Skiddaw Ref: TB 016

Frosted Grasses and Skiddaw

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Tim Ball Photography, Manesty woods in Autumn Ref: TB 018

Manesty Woods in Autumn

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Tim Ball Photography, Evening ray 3, Derwentwater Ref: TB 009

Evening ray 3, Derwentwater

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Tim Ball Photography, Oak Branch Ref: TB 023

Oak Branch

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Tim Ball Photography, Cloud on cloud, Reflecting Derwentwater Ref: TB 012

Cloud on Cloud, Reflecting Derwentwater 2

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Tim Ball Photography, Frosted Oak Leaves Ref: TB 028

Frosted Oak Leaves

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Tim Ball Photography, Warnscale Beck Mid Falls Ref: TB 029

Warnscale Beck Mid Falls

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Tim Ball Photography, Winter Woodland Path Ref: TB 032

Winter Woodland Path

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Tim Ball Photography, "...As the day begins" Ref: TB 034

"...As the day begins"

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Tim Ball Photography, Derwentwater Dawn Ref: TB 036

Derwentwater Dawn

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Tim Ball Photography, minimalist Wastwater ref: TB 039

Minimalist Wastwater

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Tim Ball Photography, Backdrop to a ballet Ref: TB 040

Backdrop to a Ballet

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Tim Ball Photography, Wet start at Abbot's Bay Ref: TB 043

Wet start at Abbot's Bay

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Tim Ball Photography, A soft sunny morning, Derwentwater ref: TB 046

A soft sunny morning, Derwentwater

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Tim Ball Photography, Sunrise Symmetry Ref: TB 048

Sunrise Symmetry

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Tim Ball Photography, Early light, West Witton Ref: TB 086

Early light, West Witton

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Tim Ball Photography, Saturated! Ref: TB 073

Saturated!

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Tim Ball Photography, Last of the Day, Blea Tarn Ref: TB 055

Last of the Day, Blea Tarn

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Tim Ball Photography, Daffy Daze 2 Ref: TB 057

Daffy Daze 2

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Tim Ball Photography, Birch and Bracken Contrasts Ref: TB 059

Birch and Bracken Contrasts

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Tim Ball Photography, The View from Irtom Church.2 Ref: TB 061

The View from Irtom Church. 2

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Tim Ball Photography, Sunrise Colours Ref: TB 060

Sunrise colours

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Tim Ball Photography, Mid morning reflections, Wastwater Ref: TB 063

Mid morning reflections, Wastwater

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Tim Ball Photography, Toward Netherbeck Bridge Ref: TB 067

Toward Netherbeck Bridge

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Tim Ball Photography, Among the Birches Ref: TB 068

Among the Birches

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Tim Ball Photography, Manesty Bluebells 2 Ref: TB 070

Manesty Bluebells 2

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Tim Ball Photography, Raindrops and Reflections Ref: TB 069

Raindrops and Reflections

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Tim Ball Photography, Netherbeck Pines, mono 2 Ref: TB 050

Netherbeck Pines, mono 2

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Tim Ball Photography, Autumn Path, Ullswater Ref: TB 075

Autumn Path, Ullswater

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Tim Ball Photography, Kisdon Force Ref: TB078

Kisdon Force

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Tim Ball Photography, Grasmere Mist Ref: TB 080

Grasmere Mist

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Tim Ball Photography, Castle Crag Shower Ref: TB 081

Castle Crag Shower

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Tim Ball Photography, Pot of gold Ref: TB 084

Pot of Gold

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Tim Ball Photography, Waiting... Ref: TB 087

Waiting ...

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Tim Ball Photography, Autumn Maple Leaves 2 Ref: TB 054

Autumn Maple Leaves 2

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Tim Ball Photography, Watercolours 1 Ref: TB 002

Watercolours 1

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Tim Ball Photography, Blue day Derwentwater Ref: TB 004

Blue Day, Derwentwater

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Tim Ball Photography, Sunset, Calf close bay. 1 Ref: TB 006

Sunset, Calf Close Bay. 1

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Tim Ball Photography, Derwentwater Sunrise ref: TB 011

Derwentwater Sunrise

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Tim Ball Photography, Crummock Water Shore Ref: TB 010

Crummock Water Shore

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Tim Ball Photography, Derwentwater ripples Ref: TB 008

Derwentwater ripples

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Tim Ball Photography, Birch Stand III Ref: TB017

Birch Stand III

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Peat Barn, Mono

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Tim Ball Photography, dream of things to come Ref: TB 019

Dream of things to come

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Tim Ball Photography, Rydal Headland Ref: TB 022

Rydal Headland

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Tim Ball Photography, Reflecting Rydal 2 Ref: TB 021

Reflecting Rydal 2

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Tim Ball Photography, Rydal Autumn Ref: TB 024

Rydal Autumn

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Tim Ball Photography, Derwent Island and remains of Old Jetty Ref: TB 027

Derwent Island and Remains of Old Jetty

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Tim Ball Photography, Loughrigg Tarn Ref: TB 025

Loughrigg Tarn

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Tim Ball Photography, ... and all fell silent! Ref: TB 030

... and all fell silent!

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Tim Ball Photography, Part Circle, Castlerig Ref: TB 031

Part Circle, Castlerigg

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Tim Ball Photography, Sunset 'grab' Ref: TB 033

Sunset "grab"

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Tim Ball Photography, Stormy Weather Ref: TB 035

Stormy Weather

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Tim Ball Photography, Sunset, Calf Close Bay. 2 Ref: TB 007

Sunset, Calf Close Bay. 2

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Tim Ball Photography, Floating by Ref: TB 038

Floating by

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Tim Ball Photography, Out of the mist Ref: TB 041

Out of the mist

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Tim Ball Photography, Birdie Brow early morning mist Ref: TB 049

Birdie Brow early morning mist

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Tim Ball Photography, A new Day ref: TB 042

A new Day

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Tim Ball Photography, Pines, mist and Sun ref: TB 044

Pines, Mist and Sun

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Tim Ball Photography, Another Day, Nether Wasdale Ref: TB 045

Another Day, Nether Wasdale

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Tim Ball Photography, Stones, pines and crag 2, Derwentwater Ref: TB 047

Stones, Pines and Crag 2, Derwentwater

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Tim Ball Photography, Cloud capped Scafell Ref: TB 052

Cloud capped Scafell

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Tim Ball Photography, Stabble Hills Reflected Ref: TB 053

Stable Hills Reflected

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Tim Ball Photography, The Autumn Esk... again Ref: TB 051

The Autumn Esk...again

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Tim Ball Photography, November Afternoon Light, Wasdale Ref: TB 056

November Afternoon Light, Wasdale

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Tim Ball Photography, Buttermere Morning Refections Ref: TB 058

Buttermere Morning Reflections

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Tim Ball Photography, Sunrise Colour Ref: TB 059

Sunrise colour

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Tim Ball Photography, Peat Barn Dawn II Ref: TB 062

Peat Barn Dawn II

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Tim Ball Photography, Grange in Borrowdale 2 Ref: TB 064

Grange in Borrowdale 2

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Tim Ball Photography, Wensleydale sunrise Ref: TB 072

Wensleydale Sunrise

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Tim Ball Photography, Through House Bridge, Autumn Ref: TB 066

Through House Bridge, Autumn

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Tim Ball Photography, Rain Washed Derwentwater Ref: TB 065

Rain Washed Derwentwater

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Tim Ball Photography, "Solitude" Ref: TB 071

"Solitude"

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Tim Ball Photography, Changes, Ref: TB 074

Changes

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Tim Ball Photography, Fields of gold Ref: TB 076

Fields of gold

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Tim Ball Photography, Wensleydale Sunrise Ref: TB 077

Wensleydale Sunrise

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Tim Ball Photography, Blaze Ref: TB083

Ablaze

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Tim Ball Photography, Grasmere Dawn Ref: TB 079

Grasmere Dawn

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Tim Ball Photography, Crummock Glow 2 Ref: TB 082

Crummock Glow 2

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Tim Ball Photography, Under Birk Knott Ref: TB 085

Under Birk Knott

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Tim Ball Photography, Spring delicacy 2 Ref: TB 088

Spring delicacy 2

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