Posts about The Lake District (England)

The English “Lake District” is a very picturesque, mountainous region in the north-west of the country, which has been a national park since May 1951. Its beauty draws many thousands of visitors every year, including regular tourists, hikers, artists and photographers. The region has become a favourite place since I began visiting during the mid-1990s, when I began learning how to take landscape photographs amongst the high peaks and myriad lakes.

Warnscale Bothy

2020 Retrospective – The Wettest Walk

Of all the walks Jo and I have undertaken, the path to Haystacks in the English Lake District seems to be the most prone to failure. The attempt we made in 2020 was no exception, although a sudden change in the weather led us to an alternative success.

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