Walking back along Derwentwater

This is the fourth and final post in my series about a day in October.  I posted my photos taken on the way to Keswick in the first post.

The light changes through any day.  The sun shines from a different direction and clouds move into or out of the area.  In this case more clouds appeared as the day went on.  Walking in a different direction means that different views are more prominent.  I did turn round to take some of the photos I am posting here.

The view from Friar’s Crag (and other places along Derwentwater) is usually described as looking into the Jaws of Borrowdale.  Borrowdale is a valley among some fells, which are challenging for walkers.

My camera on my phone must have some clever software.  For certain shots it displays the word Backlight.  The sort of cameras I have used in the past did not take good photos looking towards the sun!

There are many kinds of habitat – Fresh water, running water, marshland, meadows, fells (Lake District hills/mountains), woodland and stony shorelines.

On our way back to the car park through the woods, acorns were dropping out of the trees around us.

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