Around The Lake District

Elterwater Village Bridge, Lake District
Elterwater Village Bridge, Lake District

Most images on this page are from my second and latest visit to the lake district National Park and show photography from Blea Tarn, Elterwater village and lake, the Langdale Pikes, little and great Langdale, Kettle Crag and Pike Of Blisco, Ullswater Steamers, the iconic Ashness Packhorse Bridge Borrowdale and last but never least, a flock of Herdwick Sheep and Rams.

What a place the Lake District is and I have only started to scratch the surface, superb and accessible to most, will or has it become a victim of its own success, maybe, but I hope not. It does not seem that way in the wintertime but in the summertime, I’ll steer clear and make way for many others, shame.

Ashness Packhorse Bridge Borrowdale
Ashness Packhorse Bridge Borrowdale

The eye should learn to listen before it looks.

– Robert Frank
Ullswater Steamers Lady Wakefield
Ullswater Steamers Lady Wakefield
8 Fascinating Facts about the Lake District
  • There’s only one actual lake in the Lake District…
  • It rains…
  • It’s England’s largest National Park…
  • It’s home to England’s deepest natural lake…
  • It’s also home to the UK’s largest natural lake…
  • You might spot a Red Squirrel…
  • It’s home to England’s highest peak.
Kettle Crag and Pike Of Blisco Cumbria
Kettle Crag and Pike Of Blisco Cumbria

(Please note, all images on this page are optimized for the net and look pants!)

Images from my second visit to The Lakes in Cumbria:

Thank you for taking the time to look!

Kind regards

Tim

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