A project to return the valley of Ennerdale to its natural state is celebrating its 10th birthday.
Wild Ennerdale was launched in 2002 to reverse the man made damage inflicted on the landscape.
Roads have been removed, forests thinned and Galloway cattle introduced to the area.
The team behind the project want to see a better relationship between people and the landscape.
On a day like today it's not hard to see the attraction of one of the Lake Districts hidden valleys.
But it's only been in the last decade that this area has really been opened up and the damage done by man reversed as part of the Wild Ennerdale project.
This year will see the renewal of the Wild Ennerdale Stewardship Plan.
It's the valleys core partnership management plan.