Photos of Brothers Water

Photos of beautiful Brothers Water. One of the smallest lakes in the Lake District, Brothers Water is blessedly peaceful and avoids many of the crowds that congregate elsewhere.

Brothers Water
Brothers Water
Trail at Brothers Water, Lake District
Trail at Brothers Water, Lake District
Brothers Water, stone wall and fence
Brothers Water, stone wall and fence
Medieval farmhouse, Hartsop Hall, Brothers Water
Medieval farmhouse, Hartsop Hall, Brothers Water
Woodland near Brothers Water, Lake District
Woodland near Brothers Water, Lake District
Morning Mist on Brothers Water, Lake District
Morning Mist on Brothers Water, Lake District
Nightfall on Brothers Water, Lake District
Nightfall on Brothers Water, Lake District
Brothers Water and the Kirkstone Pass
Brothers Water and the Kirkstone Pass
Trees on Brothers Water, Hartsop, Cumbria
Trees on Brothers Water, Hartsop, Cumbria
Trees reflected in Brothers Water lake
Trees reflected in Brothers Water lake
Brothers Water reflection, Lake District
Brothers Water reflection, Lake District
Sunset, Brothers Water, Lake District
Sunset, Brothers Water, Lake District

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