Home Is Where The Hill Is.

Jamie  Green

Backbarrow, Nr Ulverston, United Kingdom

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A vew from Gummers How at the southern end of Windermere in the English Lake District National Park.
Looking down,you can see Lakeside where the ferries start up the lake to Bowness and on to Ambleside at the northern end (10 miles away). Whilst the widest point of Windermere is a mile wide, here it narrows to such an extent it is hard to see where the lake ends and the River Leven starts its short journey to the estuary and Morecambe Bay (an inlet of the Irish Sea, seen glinting on the horizon) The river begins at Fellfoot (where all the small bopats are moored). The smal wooded hill to the right is Summer House Knott and behind that is Haverthwaite Heights which stand above my village of Backbarrow on the Leven. Part of the wood there is known as Massicks Wood, which has a fine viewpoint over the estuary…see below for different parts of the journey to the sea.
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Fellfoot looking to Gummers How

The Leven Begins

Estuary Views from Massicks Wood

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