Latest news - a new revised website with comprehensive gallery of lakeland images is taking shape and gradually evolving - if you see a suitable image please contact me to discuss options / preferences and it can be inserted on to this shop site as an item.
We specialise in making a mounted print or stretched canvas, (within reason), to suit most specifications. If you have a big wall to fill we may be able to supply an image in Triptych form or even in five sections, especially if you desire a tall and wide image.
2015 CALENDAR released May 4th 2014
Format and date layout as last year - 3 month per view
Not as many composites this time, hope you like the set.
Sorry to say we will not be publishing a slimline calendar.
A few of the following images are relatively new and can be made available as very long stretched canvas's or mounted prints up to 110cm x 38cm.
from Walla Crag towards Bleaberry Fell, the central and western fells
Derwentwater from Castle Head
Derwentwater from Crow Park
Windermere panoramic from Loughrigg south
If you are seeking anything in particular or have an queries please contact me or if in Keswick call in at the gallery.
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This online shop was introduced in March 2009 and I am gradually adding more content. Due to the wide variety of images, sizes and format available it would be best to contact me with your query if interested in purchasing a picture or a stretched canvas.
Alternatively, why not (if you are able to visit Keswick) visit our recently opened small shop/ gallery in Keswick (on the corner of Derwent Street and Borrowdale Road, opposite Fishers.
At present our normal opening ours are 11.00am - 5.00pm daily (CLOSED SUNDAYS except perhaps bank holidays Sundays) . Telephone the gallery during opening hours at 01768 775555 or Mike at home on 01768 774350
Due to the difficulty of calculating the fairest mailing charges for different items, we have included the shipping charge to each product item. The one problem is that these prices now are exclusively for the U.K. distribution zone. If you are a customer from the States, or Europe, or Australia, then please use the contact form to inform us of your requirements and we will endeavour to sort something out! We can accept PayPal - simply email with your requirements and we will send an invoice.
We take credit card security very seriously and use Protx (Sage) as our payment provider, do let us know if you experience any problems.
DELIVERY:- (OUR PRICES INCLUDE POST & PACKING to the U.K.)
Under normal circumstances, orders are despatched within one or two working days, and orders before mid-day may be posted the same day. On rare occasions there may be a delay of up to 10 days, if your order is urgent let us know and we will confirm delivery times. Small light items sent Royal Mail first class post, larger heavy items second class post OR by Parcelforce.
Please let us know if your order is urgent.
If you are a retailer and would be interested in quantity discount please use the contact form to get in touch with us for a competitive quotation.
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A reminder that we do continue to stock the ORIENTEERING DVD - designed to help teachers and leaders explain the sport to their students. To purchase go to items/dvds
is and how it relates to the ground. Then with the legend explained
and the map "set" to the school buildings, we sample a short course
around the grounds picking up some handy tips on the way.
For part 2 we move out into the forest where we are introduced to
5 colour maps. Vegetation and contours are mentioned briefly but the
emphasis is on line features and handrails. The use of a compass is
introduced and the course this time is of yellow / orange standard where
we learn how to make route choice decisions and the importance of
keeping in contact with the map.
Part 3 "Off the Beaten Track"
taking bearings, route choice, cutting corners, aiming off, and using
different types of handrails. Land shape and contour detail is
examined in depth, with thinking big and small, relocation and pace
counting also being covered.
Part 4 "Going for Gold"
Race analysis methods, route and split times comparisons lead on
to goal setting. The importance of good technique is emphasised,
including orienteering flow, map reading on the move, planning
ahead and speed control. Suggestions are made for improving
map and terrain memory, with ideas for various exercises. Finally
fitness improvement and psychological aspects are mentioned.
Total running time approx 50 mins.
Photography & Production
Michael Pearson & Richard Warner
Education Advisor Carol McNeill
Music John Pearson
E Exempt from classification
Running time approx 50 mins. Colour PAL
System 4:3 Disc Format: DVD-5
(c) Mike's-Eye 1995/2008.
Mike's-Eye, Fellorien, Chestnut Hill, Keswick,
Cumbria, CA12 4LT Tel: 017687 74350
Format and date layout as previous 2013 calendar, some monthly pictures include composite
design to accommodate panoramic format images