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This delightful little tearoom by the bank of the river Rothay can be found in Grasmere in the Lake District of England.

The celebrated poet, William Wordsworth, is buried in the churchyard of St Oswald’s Church in Grasmere, now one of the most visited literary shrines in the world.

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Related shots can be found at: Lakeland and England.

Top 10 place in Tea For Two Challenge : 28 Apr 09

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  • handprintz
    handprintzover 6 years ago

    Such a pretty scene ,and great colours,it’s making me homesick!

  • Bootiewootsy
    Bootiewootsyover 6 years ago

    What a great image.. Beautiful colors and love the reflections. Nice details.

  • Curtiss Simpson
    Curtiss Simpsonover 6 years ago

    Love the view with all the colors looks like a great place to spend the day

  • linda lowry
    linda lowryover 6 years ago

    The streets in my Lexington, KY subdivision are all named after English places or districts, and I always wondered where Grasmere was. What a delightful mental image to carry with me now as I drive down the street.! This has to be one of my faves of yours so far. As sick as I am, I would drag myself out to go to tea here. It is picture-perfect.
    p.s.- My street is Hyde Park, behind me is Chelsea Drive, and at the bottom of the hill—-Wellington Way. Then Cornwall, in front of the elementary school…then Cindy Blair (still no idea what this one is). I could go on forever, as it is a very large neighborhood, but you get the idea.

  • Can’t imagine what Cindy Blair is all about (probably the street planners girl friend), but the Lake District is well worth a visit. My wife and I did sit and have tea outside that little tearoom by the river, I can recommend it.

    – Tom Gomez

  • Kathleen Struckle
    Kathleen Struckleover 6 years ago

    Very charming and delightful image!!

  • greycloud
    greycloudover 6 years ago

    This is serene. Great capture here.

  • Sean Farragher
    Sean Farragherover 6 years ago

    gorgeous scene

  • Ozcloggie
    Ozcloggieover 6 years ago

    I’ll have a glass of white wine and a table beside the Rothay, please. What a really pretty scene.

  • aphoto4you
    aphoto4youover 6 years ago

    so serene and beautiful tom…

  • David DeWitt
    David DeWittover 6 years ago

    A beautiful scene-you even had the bonus of the ducks ! I would love to sit down and haave a cup of tea here,

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