Daffodils at Wordsworth Point, Ullswater

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Martin Lawrence

Preston, United Kingdom

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Medium 16" x 16"
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  • Selected design printed on both sides
  • 1 inch wide super strong cotton shoulder strap (14 inch length)
  • Soft yet hard wearing 100% spun Polyester Poplin fabric
  • Dry or Spot Clean Only

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On 15 April 1802 when William and Dorothy Wordsworth visited Glencoyne Bay on their way back to Grasmere after an overnight stay, it gave William the inspiration to write his most famous poem, ‘Daffodils’.
I visit this bay every year around this time at the end of Spring, but have found it very difficult to get a satisfactory shot in as the edge of the lake is covered with low spindly undergrowth which makes it difficult to get a good image. On this occasion, however, I managed to find an area that was clear and which allowed me an excellent view of both the daffodils and the lake. The daffodils themselves are a wild variety and very dainty and neat. The sight of them in a carpet alongside the lake edge is quite spectacular.

Canon EOS 5D, canon ‘L’ series 24-105mm lens, 1/100 sec @ f13, ISO 100 No ND grad

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