Photographer's Note

This was taken during a recent TE meeting in Keswick, the Lake District. A beautiful but narrow road, masterfully driven by Rich, took us from the eastern edge of Derwent Water passed Ashness Bridge and Surprise View to the isolated farmstead at Watendlath (a Norse word for 'end of the lake'). The lake is called a tarn, a feature of the once glaciated landscape, and feeds a beck (stream) that in turn feeds the Lodore Falls further down the fell (mountain). The tarn is a used for trout fishing, and is a very popular stopping place for fell hikers partly beacuse of a lovely tearoom with spectacular views.
The picture shows the reflections of some hikers as they walked passed the beck. I thought the colours in the mountain water gave a nice effect. The WS shows the effect of a TE member on these reflections! A great time was had by all.

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Additional Photos by Ann Jackman (annjackman) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 1822 W: 0 N: 4741] (23019)
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