High Ling Crag from Low Ling Crag (May 1991)

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Comments (7)

Diggory Venn on June 7, 2011

Hi Peter!I have one question.Did You travel all this mountains by foot?

pedrocut on June 12, 2011

Hi Diggory

This area of England is called the Lake District and many people that go there are captivated and drawn back time after time. It has inspired many artists, writers and poets including Wordsworth and Coleridge.

The only real way to travel here is by foot and I have walked over 200 miles there.

Nowadays I think I could climb to the tops, but the old knee would not be able to get me back down!

Best wishes from England Peter

Diggory Venn on June 13, 2011

Hi Peter!I have read almost all the works of Wordsworth and imagine myself about Lake District!I prefer to travel by bicycle for long distance miles and miles!Thanks You for the wonderful pictures never saw like!Diggory Venn!:)

pedrocut on June 13, 2011

Hi Diggory

You can of course ride around the Lake District and here is a link with information

I have a Panoramio friend called BrownhillsBob who is a keen cyclist and has a blog of his own

He has posted some of his rides on YouTube,here is alink to one around the busy ringroad near to where we live

All the best Peter

Diggory Venn on June 13, 2011

Peter thanks a lot!Old Good Russian Friend Diggory Venn!:)

Margrit M. Berger (S… on September 6, 2011

Excellent photo Peter, thank you for sharing! I was on the other side only for a short time. You are so right in telling above, that people are captivated by the special charm of this region. I so much prefer those more quiet places in the hills to the busy places around Windermere. Warm regards, May

pedrocut on September 6, 2011

Hi May

Yes the places such as Windemere become honeypots, even int he winter. The Northern Fells, and the Lakes such as Ennerdale and Wastwater have their own enchantment!

Best wishes Peter

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