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The Yellow Line

The installation of the yellow line in Wasdale, running from the Wasdale Oak all the way into Wastwater (a steep slope of almost 120 metres) has been a long time in the planning: 481 more words

Poetry

The Lake District

A trip before the trip

Last week we headed off to the lakes for a few days, some good preparation for next week’s travels and to celebrate Sera’s cousin Laura’s wedding. 205 more words

Vanlife

The Lake District: Wasdale

Keen to try out our new tent, and with Friday off work, we decided to head up to the Lake District for a long weekend. The plan was to head over to Wasdale and complete a walk around Wastwater taking in Illgill Head and Whin Rigg with an overnight stay at the National Trust campsite before heading over to Coniston where would wild camp in the fells. 1,684 more words

The Colour Yellow

We’re very excited to report that we’re now in the thick of planning for the first colour transformation at the first and most westerly of the seven trees: the Wasdale Oak. 820 more words

Trees

More from Wastwater 11/01/2016

I’ve had chance to look a bit more thoroughly through my shots from Wastwater last week, so thought I’d share some more. Hope you enjoy! 60 more words

Canon

The Grand Tour of the Lakes: Stage Two - South to West

The Second Stage of the Grand Tour covers the quarter from South to West, my family’s old home territory. It’s a long drive round from Consiston to Wasdale, and whilst there’s a Lake at the beginning and a Lake at the end, there’s none in between. 1,376 more words

The Lake District

Wastwater

I stayed in Wasdale for my recent trip to the Lake District and so it meant I had several opportunities to photograph Wastwater and the surrounding fells over the few days I was there. 447 more words

Landscape