Photos of Lake District

A photo tour of the beautiful English Lake District, with images of historic sights and scenery. This collection of images is organized in rough alphabetical order by location. If your favourite location is not included, its only because there so many fantastic places to explore in the Lake District, and I haven't got to them all yet!

Aira Force waterfall, Ullswater, Lake District
Aira Force waterfall, Ullswater, Lake District
Angletarn Beck, Hartsop, Lake District
Angletarn Beck, Hartsop, Lake District
Angletarn Beck Footbridge, Hartsop, Lake District
Angletarn Beck Footbridge, Hartsop, Lake District
Stone walls and fields, Birker Fell, Lake District
Stone walls and fields, Birker Fell, Lake District
Birker Fell and Scafell, western Lake District
Birker Fell and Scafell, western Lake District
Scafell Pike from Birker Fell, Lake District
Scafell Pike from Birker Fell, Lake District
Birker Fell, late evening
Birker Fell, late evening
Yarrow blossom, Birker Fell
Yarrow blossom, Birker Fell
Farm building, Birker Fell
Farm building, Birker Fell
Humpback bridge, Birker Fell, Lake District
Humpback bridge, Birker Fell, Lake District
Summer trees, Eskdale, Lake District
Summer trees, Eskdale, Lake District
Eskdale, Lake District
Eskdale, Lake District

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