Glenridding Pier ~ Lady Wakefield ~ Looking Northwards

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Comments (19)

Nick Weall on March 22, 2009

Lady Wakefield was built in 1949 in Dartmouth and was then called Berry Castle, later Golden Cormorant and later still Totnes Castle and that is where she spent her early life working between Dartmouth and Plymouth. She was brought up to Ullswater and renamed as Lady Wakefield in 2007

Klaus & Elvira on March 23, 2009

Ahoy Nick, your old lady wonderful. A clear and clean image. I press yellow. Sincerely, Ellimaus

Nick Weall on March 23, 2009

Ellimaus (K) ~~ Welcome shipmate ~ and you are the first to visit this fine old Lady ~ well not that old actually (and younger than me!) Thanks for the Y* and I'm glad that you have visited and enjoyed this shot. All the very best to you Elimaus from nick

Nick Weall on March 23, 2009

steve drury ~ Hello Steve ~ thanks for the Y* ~ that is very much appreciated. No I haven't told Paula K ~ perhaps you should send her a link or message ~ I thought the new Bull would interest her Pat ~ I didn't realise she was a Lady as well!!! (Paula that is, not Pat) ..... Anyway ~~~ I'm really glad you like this image too Steve. All the very best to you and Lady Wakefield, peep peep nick

Paula K on March 24, 2009


Paula K on March 24, 2009

Yes, very slim and sleek looking!! ;D

Nick Weall on March 24, 2009

Paula K ~~ Ah Lady Wakefield I presume ~ welcome Marm ~ your grovelling servant nick

lurdesa_ on March 24, 2009

-Great Shot Amazing colors..-Salutacions fom Catalunya.-lourdesa08_

Nick Weall on March 24, 2009

lourdesa08 ~~ Hola and welcome ~ I'm so very pleased that you like this shot lourdesa08 all the way from Catalunya :) and most friendly greetings to you from nick

Bernard Bost on March 25, 2009

Hi Nick! Super this boat, I would take it because there are no waves on the lake! It seems new, despite its age. This is a great lady, the boat.



Nick Weall on March 25, 2009

Bernard Bost ~~ All aboard the "Lady Wakefield" it is then Bernard and soon we set sail up the lake to Pooley Bridge. Don't be fooled by the smoothness of the lake now though ~ if a strong wind gets up ~ blowing up or down the length of the lake then waves will build up.

All the very best to you Bernard from nick

eleni iak. on March 26, 2009

The reflections of the boat make this photo look so so beautiful..excellent word my friend!!

Many kisses my friend!

Nick Weall on March 26, 2009

eleni. ~~ Thank you so very much for such kind words Eleni ~ I had a very enjoyable couple of hours here ~ then it was back to the hotel for breakfast! Ciao nick xxx

3frem on March 26, 2009

A glass of scotch to you,man!

Nick Weall on March 26, 2009

3frem ~ Wow ~ how can I refuse an offer like that!!? Slante

Vadim Anokhin on March 28, 2009

Beauty view.

Gabor Retei on March 28, 2009

Nice boat Nick, and a good picture! Reading her history makes it come alive!

Cheers, Gabe

Nadia Kushnir on April 2, 2009


Nick Weall on April 2, 2009

nadiakushnir ~~ Hello again Nadia ~~ thank you very much for your compliment :) ~ ciao nick

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on March 22, 2009
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    by Nick Weall
    • Taken on 2009/03/05 07:28:07
    • Exposure: 0.004s (1/250)
    • Focal Length: 28.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/4.500
    • ISO Speed: ISO400
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash