Blea Water is a tarn or corrie lake which occupies a glacially excavated hollow immediately to the east of High Street in the Lake District, England. At just over 200ft deep it is the deepest tarn in the Lake District.
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blea water tarn corrie lake haweswater rough crag high street lake district cumbria david lewins
Thanks very much Karen…a different angle from the norm! :-)
Such a beautiful scene David, well shot.Davo
Thanks very much Davo, much appreciated. Hope you’re keeping well.
Breath taking view David, splendid shot.
The whole walk was filled with breath taking views Mark. Many thanks for the kind words and support.
Perfect blue and the detail in the folds in the hill is excellent
Thanks very much Pete, first time that I’ve ever managed to get Blea Water so still and in good light!
Stunning shot David, love the richness of the blue lake…you can really feel its depth!
Best lighting I’ve ever had for this location, thanks for the kind words Martin, appreciated as always
Thank you for the Feature, appreciated
Thank you Michael, appreciated
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