Saturday, April 26, 2008

Britain's favourite view

Britain's favourite view is, according to the TV show of the same name, the view down Wast Water. If you look in to this view and go to the end and turn left you see this. To the right is Kirk fell, the path that runs straight up the nose is the steepest path in the Lake District. In the center with the snow on the top is Pillar, the snow ball picture from last week was taken there. To the left of Pillar is a steep path down which acts as an escape route from the Mosedale round, a walk that starts here by the wall and takes in the sky line from Pillar around to the left of the picture. Under the large cloud is Scoat fell which is hidden from view by Red Pike, which is next to the last fell in view, Yewbarrow. Yewbarrow also forms the left hand edge of Britain’s favourite view. Click on the image for a larger view.

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caro said...

What a day! Just missing one thing though (a friend! maybe even 'special' friend).

Ranger Faff said...

What a day indeed! It was - as someone might say 'pants'...

Kelly said...

Great shot! I was wondering if you were still interested in being featured as a guest blogger on my site. Let me know.

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