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The huge expanse of Windermere in the Lake District National Park has always been very impressive, no matter what time of year it always seems to delight. Under…

This is a tiny beach with trees, grass, and foreground rock at the southern end of Coniston Water in the Lake District National Park. The photo was taken at 4pm…

This is Coniston Hall, near Coniston Water and Coniston village in the Lake District National Park, Cumbria, England. It's over 400 years old, grade II listed,…

The Lake District in autumn and winter is a much more interesting place to visit because most of the crowds have gone Lake Windermere with snow on the hill tops…

The Lake District is a great place for a photographer to visit especially if you get away from the crowded areas Thirlmere is the reservoir just below Helvellyn…

The Lakes are a great place to escape to, they can be very busy and crowded but it is still possible to escape the crowds and enjoy the peace Grange Over Sands…

Ulverston is one of those town on the edge of the Lake District that many people miss whilst visiting its more famous neighbours Ulverston is most famous for…

The Lake District is a great place to visit and explore but many times you become part of a crowd exploring the same place as many others. It is always a…

I believe it is only when we are presented with a significant challenge that tests our limitations do we perhaps truly reflect on our past, reflections which…

Some pics below of the Langdale area in the Lake District, UK. This breathtakingly beautiful valley runs west of Ambleside up to the Langdale Pikes.

You can reach Helm Crag with a great walk from one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Lake District National Park: Grasmere. Starting from the…

Derwent Water is a lake located next to Keswick. To its west rise the fells of Cat Bells. To the east is the fantastic viewpoint of Friar's Crag, jutting into…

Blea Tarn is a little lake which lies high above Great Langdale on the pass to Wrynose. Only Blea Tarn House a few hundred metres away is near enough to keep it…
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