wanderthewood:  View down over Windermere from Loughrigg Fell - Cumbria, England by High Peak and Lowland

wanderthewood: View down over Windermere from Loughrigg Fell - Cumbria, England by High Peak and Lowland

The Fairy Steps, Arnside, Cumbria, UK. Legend has it that if you can walk up the Fairy Steps without touching the sides any wish will come true. Only for stick thin people!

The Fairy Steps, Arnside, Cumbria, UK. Legend has it that if you can walk up the Fairy Steps without touching the sides any wish will come true. Only for stick thin people!

Hadrian's Wall - The most popular tourist attraction in Northern England  sungsun Choi - Google+

Hadrian's Wall - The most popular tourist attraction in Northern England sungsun Choi - Google+

Elterwater

Elterwater

Lake Buttermere Lake District

Lake Buttermere Lake District

"The Magic of Wasdale" - Wastwater, Lake District, Cumbria, England by Ian Hex of www.lightsweep.co.uk #Wastwater #LakeDistrict #England

"The Magic of Wasdale" - Wastwater, Lake District, Cumbria, England by Ian Hex of www.lightsweep.co.uk #Wastwater #LakeDistrict #England

Derwent Island House, The Lake District, Cumbria, England.

National Trust looks for Derwent Island House tenants

Derwent Island House, The Lake District, Cumbria, England.

Ullswater Boathouse, Lake District National Park - UK England #photo by Simon Booth #landscape nature sunset reflection lake

Ullswater Boathouse, Lake District National Park - UK England #photo by Simon Booth #landscape nature sunset reflection lake

Stockghyll Force, Ambleside, the Lake District, Cumbria - Return to see it one more time.

Stockghyll Force, Ambleside, the Lake District, Cumbria - Return to see it one more time.

Beautiful Photo of Castlerigg Stone Circle near Keswick, Cumbria, England. There are 38 stones in a circle approximately 98 ft. in diameter. Within the ring is a rectangle of a further 10 standing stones. It was probably built around 3000 BCE – the beginning of the later Neolithic Period – and is one of the earliest stone circles in Britain. castlerigg stone circle | Rich Gale › Portfolio › Castle Rigg Stone Circle

Beautiful Photo of Castlerigg Stone Circle near Keswick, Cumbria, England. There are 38 stones in a circle approximately 98 ft. in diameter. Within the ring is a rectangle of a further 10 standing stones. It was probably built around 3000 BCE – the beginning of the later Neolithic Period – and is one of the earliest stone circles in Britain. castlerigg stone circle | Rich Gale › Portfolio › Castle Rigg Stone Circle

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