Monday, 18 September 2017

River Brathay

I seem to be swimming against the current at present!  Just too many things happening - fortunately I only have a few more days to go before I can take a short break and get back on an even keel!

So, in interim here are some shots go the River Brathay in The Lake District in the UK.

I was asked yesterday if I missed anything from the UK - it's not an unusual question I find - and I said without hesitation "the landscape".  I suppose these picture may explain why.








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15 comments:

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari Om
...well the lushness of the landscape is the key I suppose! That is also, perhaps, the only thing I 'missed' (from time to time) during my 30 years in OZ... but I miss lots more about the great brown land... YAM xx

Florida Farm Girl said...

Oh, the landscape there in the UK is indeed lovely. Would be hard not to miss it.

David Gascoigne said...

It is not hard to see why the Lake District is the most celebrated landscape in the UK, and why poets throughout the ages have rhapsodized about it.

Lea said...

Beautiful!
# 3 and # 6 are my favorites

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

awwwwwwwwwwwww beautiful

Makes me want to lace my hikers

Rhodesia said...

Beautiful pictures but I have to admit I miss nothing from England!! Take care and have a good week Diane

Henry said...

Love all your amazing pictures. Thanks for sharing:)
Henry

Missy George said...

Beautiful. It looks very much like Pennsylvania. Very picturesque

Linda W. said...

I can see why you would miss those lovely landscapes!

Fun60 said...

I understand your comment so well. I love the Lake District. There is just something about that scenery that stirs the soul.

Marie Smith said...

The landscape indeed! Gorgeous!

Photo Cache said...

It's so peaceful and all the greenery soothes the soul.

Lady Fi said...

Agreed - I miss the scenery too! These shots are gorgeous.

Gordon said...

Great shots of a timeless landscape Stewart.
All the best, Gordon,

Spare Parts and Pics said...

Stunning photos! Incredibly gorgeous location, and very well captured.