Looking from above Lodore Falls across the southern end of Derwent Water

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David Brown Photogra… on August 11, 2010

First of all I have to say I love skyless photographs (that's why I like Duncan's so much).

I am so very familiar with this bit of the world. I have kayaked down that wee bit of the Derwent and hiked Cat Bells and Dale Head above it.

Magical!

pedrocut on August 12, 2010

Hi Jethro

Thanks for the link.

What a great view you get from Cat Bells! I reckon I could still get up there, but it would take a couple of days to get back down. The old knee don’t like downhills.

On this shot roger a said that he had not been there, but I think everyone should try to get there at least once in their life. Kind of one of the Five Pillars of England, and what the others are is debatable!

Best wishes, Peter

David Brown Photogra… on August 13, 2010

I have to agree Peter if we're talking about walking the fells of the Lakes. I am not sure Cat Bells is the be all and end all of it (though it is darn good).

I hope you enjoyed Duncan's hot air balloon photograph - I thought it was stunning!

If we had to come up with the five pillars of England this would be one of them!

All the best ol' son!

pedrocut on August 13, 2010

Hi Jethro

I was referring to the whole of the Lake District!

Are you aware of the relatively new DVDs of the Wainwright walks by the BBC presented by Julia Bradbury?

Best wishes Peter

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