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Friday, October 19, 2012

The South of France? No, this is the Lake District captured at its glorious best bathed in the early evening sunshine

By DAILY MAIL REPORTER

With the yachts bobbing gently on the tranquil water underneath a clean night sky, one could easily be forgiven for assuming these stunning scenes were straight out of the south of France. But in fact we're miles from the Riviera and the setting could barely be any more English. This is the majestic Lake District in Cumbria, but bathed in the glorious early evening light the region takes on a distinctly Mediterranean feel.

The Riviera? No, these are the tranquil waters of Lake Windermere near Bowness under a glorious night sky

The English Riviera: Landing jetties near Bowness looking north over Lake Windermere

Evening ride: Staring out across Lake Winderemere from a landing jetty near Bowness, two cyclists enjoy the stillness as dusk falls over Lake Windermere

With its rugged landscapes, quaint villages and of course lakes and tarns the Lake District boasts some of the most dramatic and photogenic scenery in the UK.
The spectacular region, a mecca for walkers was carved out over thousands of years during the last ice age.
The fells and lakes stand under a spectacular diamond studded sky where the prominence of the Milky Way rises from the Newlands Valley behind Catbells then over the glassy waters of Derwentwater near Keswick.

Bobbing on the water: Boats sway gently in the light breeze near Bowness marina on Lake Windermere

The street lights of the town of Keswick glowing in the evening's light on the shores of Derwentwater

Night lights: The pretty market town of Keswick on the shores of Derwentwater. The Lake District in Cumbria boasts some of the most dramatic and photogenic scenery in the UK

The street lights of the town of Keswick add a magical twist as dusk falls over the shores of Derwentwater

Walkers' paradise: A lone rambler looks out across Derwentwater with the street lights of Keswick glowing in the evening twilight

Under starry skies or bathed in glorious twilight the Lake District National Park takes on a whole different look

The Milky Way rises from the Newlands Valley behind Catbells then over the glassy waters of Derwent water near Keswick

The stunning region in the north of England boasts rugged landscapes, quaint towns and villages and collection of lakes and tarns carved out over thousands of years during the last ice age

The Milky Way is clearly visible in a brilliant diamond studded sky forming a spectacular backdrop above Derwent water near Keswick

source: dailymail



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