A walk along Derwentwater to Keswick

On a beautiful autumn day we parked in a National Trust car park and walked to Keswick along footpaths, which mainly go along the side of Derwentwater.  This is the first of a series of posts with my photos from that day.

Apart from the light being wonderful for photography, there was a very large flock of geese, which took off and flew away in batches.  As my phone has a delayed shutter setting, which I have not tried to change, I missed most of the geese!

It was the half term holiday for most of the country.  The popular view point and beauty spot, Friar’s Crag was very busy.  I didn’t bother to take its photo.   There seems to be an unwritten rule that people greet each other farther away from Keswick than Friar’s Crag.  It is usually so busy between Keswick and Friar’s Crag that people behave as if they were already/still in the town.

A view of Derwentwater

Another view of Derwentwater

Geese on Derwentwater

Another view of Derwentwater

Where the geese were flying…

…where more geese were flying

Sunlight through the foliage

Another view

And another

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