The lake district is endless climbs and descents on gentle slopes of green hills, covered with Heath and fern, among the long strips of lakes.
Only traveled around the world, a landscape photographer from Keswick in the English County of Cumbria Stuart Holmes (Stuart Holmes) realized that all this time the most beautiful places in the world were at his doorstep.
In his book “the lake district: a guide to the most beautiful places” (“The Lake District: A Guide to the Most Beautiful Places”) the photographer talks about the most picturesque corners of the National Park lake district.
Stuart Holmes has made climbing Cat Bells in Cumbria to photograph out to skiddaw, the fourth highest peak in England.
Blooming hyacinthoides in the vicinity of Grasmere village.
The mountain great gable, with a height of 899 metres above sea level.
View of the valley Wasdale from the slopes of great gable.
Slater’s Bridge (literally Bridge of the roofer) is a historic pedestrian bridge, built of slate, which is also called natural slate.
The Church in Hoschede between Windermere and Coniston in the National Park lake district. The chapel there since the 12th century.
A walk around Ambleside.
Mountain lake, Blea tarn, has retained its pristine beauty since the last Ice age.
Devok water is the largest mountain lake of the wasteland Birker Fell in the National Park lake district.
House, Bridge House, built in the 17th century, is visited annually by thousands of tourists.
Derwent water is one of the main reservoirs of the national Park lake district.
Bridge to home Bridge House which is a tourist attraction.
Mediamogul Roman Fort in Cumbria, built in the 2nd century ad.
Tarn Hows – district National Park lake district with picturesque mountain lake and dense forests.
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