Photograph of the week: Wastwater in the English Lake District


This is a view of Wastwater in the Lake District, seen from the Wasdale Head route up Scafell Pike ? the ideal viewpoint from which to take in the lake?s full size. In an area full of breathtaking landscape views, this particular site was glorious to behold – after a long, hard climb to the summit this gorgeous body of water teases you back down, as you imagine quenching your thirst and cooling your aching feet in the inviting water…


Thank you to Sean Thompson?of?Snaptrip?for permission to re-produce the image.

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  1. Hi Paul,

    What a stunning snap shot! It reminds me quite a bit of Nueva Arenal in Costa Rica. Dramatic views from up top leading down to a gorgeous lake.

    The contrast is something else too. So beautiful.

    Thanks for sharing! You know I’ll tweet it ;)


  2. Clay says:

    What a beautiful photo. That looks like a fun hike to go on. I’m under a few feet of snow where i’m at now and this photo makes me miss nice weather even more!

  3. Caleb says:

    Amazing. Such a beautiful scenery. Images like this leave me awestruck about the wonders of this world and what you can experience.

  4. Sebastiaan says:

    What a great picture. I’m supposed to on a press trip to the lake district soon(ish). If I manage to get this shot, I’ll be satisfied.

  5. Paul Johnson says:

    Thanks everyone for dropping by to comment (and thank you Ryan for sharing!). As many of you will be aware – although this particular shot was not taken by me – this is the area where I live.

    People often ask me where my favourite place in the world is and, despite all my travels, perhaps you can see why my answer is “home” :)

  6. Irina says:

    Fabulous picture! It looks so realistic. I can enjoy the scenery for long time and it makes me feel relaxed. Thanks for sharing!

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