Images of a Victorian traveller #11 by clickinhistory

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This is the reflection across Yew Tree tarn in the Cumbrian Lake District. This man made extended tarn, created for fishing and water management, is next to a farm very closely connected to a Mr P Rabbit creator.

Also know as a spot where the local swan, duck and fish population expect to be fed by passers by or mug you if you fail to do so.

Converted into albumen in PSP


tree, reflections, tarn, district, cumbria, yew, albumen, lake, water, landscape, trees


  • Paul Todd
    Paul Toddabout 5 years ago

    Beautiful again!

  • Thank you smallfox

    – clickinhistory

  • Smudger
    Smudgerabout 5 years ago

    is this at the bottom of Tarn Hows – there is a layby on the side of the road? excellent shot

  • yep lol got the place Steve, thanks again

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  • J.K. York
    J.K. Yorkabout 5 years ago

    i like the richness of the abstract reflection. yew trees used to be the staple grave yard tree. great balance and tones.

  • Thanks JF for another great comment

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  • Lindamell
    Lindamellabout 5 years ago

    yes I like it, great finish……. ok I am not going to say anything else… :)

  • lol thanks Linda and doubt the last part ;)

    – clickinhistory

  • blottie
    blottieabout 5 years ago

    stunning, u should get theses together in a book

  • thanks blottie, I am thinking about just doing that through blurb at the moment

    – clickinhistory

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