A few days in the western Lake District, no computer or internet access, just a camera and a memory card. The weather was pretty good it made a pleasent change from the flatness of Southport.
Driving down the road at the side of Wastware, new views came along every few minutes. Wasterwater was voted Britain's Favourite View in the TV programme of that name and I can see why.
In the distance is Great Gable flanked by Yewbarrow Fell to the left and Lingmell Fell to the right, leading up to Englands highest mount Scafell Pike.
Yewbarrow Fell is just past Wasdale Head and is 628 metres high.
Along the eastern side of Wastwater are the unstable, sliding scree slopes, which fall dramatically almost 2,000 feet down to the shore of the water from Whin Rigg and Illgill Head.
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