Between the valleys of Great Langdale and Little Langdale in Cumbria, runs the ridge of Lingmore Fell, which includes the main summit of Brown How and the tag-on peak of Side Pike. At Brown How, the fell reaches 1,540 feet; 460 feet short of being a mountain.
The name Lingfell comes from the old Norse lyng, meaning 'heather covered'.
As the sun was sinking, the sky above Lingmore fell was infused with rays of gold.
Today, L is for light at Alphabe-Thursday with Jenny Matlock.