12 photographs that capture the true beauty of Lake Windermere
PUBLISHED: 11:34 21 May 2016 | UPDATED: 11:55 21 May 2016
Our readers share their photos from all around the largest lake in the UK
Dusk at Lake Windermere by Christine Robinson
Lake Windermere by Paula O'Hara
Panorama Over Water Head and Lake Windermere by John Cobham
View from Orrest Head by David Ashmore
View of Lake Windermere from Loughrigg Fell by Deborah Ford
View to Windermere from Wansfell Pike by Denise Dixon
Windermere by Carolyn Parkinson
Windermere Dawn by Ron Sutton
Windermere from Brant Fell by Carolyn Parkinson
Windermere Sunset by Ron Sutton
Windermere Waters by Sean Nolan
Alongside Lake Windermere by Janet Danks
Given that Lake Windermere is over 10 miles in length, and has a water’s edge of around 26 miles in total, it comes as no surprise there are limitless photo opportunities on arguably the most popular tourist destination in the Lake Distrci.
Bowness is the ideal place take images of the many boats cruising the water. although there are many other quieter spots inbetween Waterhead on its most northern point, to Lakeside in the south.
There are also many great vantage points surrounding the lake that will give you the opportunity to take stunning panoramic shots, Orrest Head on the eastern shore is one of the more popular spots, but there many other such as Loughrigg Fell in the north.
Why don’t you upload your photos of Lake Windermere to the reader photo gallery?
All images uploaded to the website will be entered into the 2016 Lancashire Life reader photo competition and we pick the best ones to go into the magazine each month.