The Lake District will be the focus of a new documentary next week which uses cutting edge camera techniques to give unique perspectives on the year in-the-life of England’s largest national park.
The documentary will use fixed cameras across the Lake District to show how the scenery transforms over a year and the effect on the people and animals who live amongst this epic scenery.

Time-lapse photography will show months and weeks passing in seconds, with snow and ice giving way to sunshine or rain showers, and following the animals, plants and people who find extraordinary ways to cope with the challenges of this stunning, ancient landscape.

‘The Lake District – A Wild Year’ is due to be broadcast on BBC Two at 9pm Friday 17th February 2017.

photo: Head to the Hills