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Lake Windemere 4 of 7


The lake didn't manage to fill up when the drought broke and I suspect is now going down again now that drought seems to be returning.

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  1. Not the cool blues of the previous shots in the series, but inviting all the same.

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    1. We have turned direction so getting the light from a different angle.

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  2. Very warm colours to go with the drying lake.

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  3. Yes this one is showing the land more like it is at present ... Dry and crisp.

    The lake is not really dying yet. These trees are left from when the lake was first created and flooded.

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