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  • Awesome Albums: Lake District – 2 by neja

    Awesome Albums: Lake District – 2 by neja
    There's nothing like capturing a trip out on the great outdoors -- just like this album by community member neja! And with great company, combined with such an amazing sight, it's no wonder every photo taken is spectacular!
  • Stressed by the City? Go Wild in the Lake District!

    Stressed by the City? Go Wild in the Lake District!
    Living in London can be stressful add to that a miserable wet summer. There is nothing like an escape to the North of the country and feel/see nature! A great spot: the District Lake in the North of England.
  • Easdale Tarn - An Oasis of Peace

    Easdale Tarn - An Oasis of Peace
    Just two miles from Grasmere lies a beautiful mountain lake. We put on our walking boots, filled the Holga with film and the rucksack with water (and more film) and headed out for some tranquility.
  • Ravenstondale

    A beautiful little parish in the Eden Valley where walking, eating, and relaxing are paramount. Ravenstondale is a picturesque little village that sits on the Upper Eden Valley close to the Lake District National Park.
  • Lake District

    Lake District
    Fairy-tale looking mountainous region in Cumbria, North-West region of United Kingdom. Lots of people think of the UK as a babylon country of hustle and struggle, and eternal fog (you name it). They are always surprised to see the photos of enormously beautiful landscapes this country possesses. Lake District is one of its treasures.
  • Coronet Twelve 20: - As English as Yorkshire Pud

    Coronet Twelve 20: - As English as Yorkshire Pud
    Right- ho, now pay attention. I am becoming increasingly aware of this new fangled digital photography malarkey running about the place with its full screen sensors and 12 point whatsit thingumy bobs, auto focus hocus pocus, image stabilizing face recognition mumbo jumbo nonsense. And I for one have had enough. So the boffins in the lab put their thinking caps on and over a hot cup of tea and pipe invented a camera so fiendishly simple that a dead dog could use, well maybe not that simple but you get the drift. So with out further ado and no more egging the custard, Mildred draw the blind, Jerry start the projector lets admire the Coronet Twelve 20 in all its glory.