Lens Artists Photo Challenge #27: My Travels


Amy who runs a blog called Share and Connect is one of the curators of the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, and this week her topic is My Travels.

Well as my travels are primarily in the United Kingdom, I thought I would share with your some of the beautiful landscapes that the United Kingdom has to offer, from the lakes of Cumbria.

 

Lakeside

Lakeside near Keswick in Cumbria

 

Boating

Boating at Lakeside in Cumbria

Buttermere Lake

A photograph of Buttermere Lake in Cumbria

To the mountains of Scotland

Loch Leven

Loch Leven at Glencoe in Scotland

The Three Sisters

A photograph of the Three Sisters at Glencoe in Scotland.

And right on down to the Seven Sisters at Birling Gap

Seven Sisters

Seven Sisters at Birling Gap

 

 

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20 Comments on “Lens Artists Photo Challenge #27: My Travels

  1. Lovely photos Bren. Cumbria is such a picturesque county and I know that lakeside at Keswick as we holidayed there a few years ago and had some nice evening walks down to the waterside.

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  2. Lovely gallery, Bren. Your shots of Scotland are stunning. It’s on my list of places to visit someday! What time of the year is best to go?

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    • Thank you… we went in July and it rained every day.. 😀 😀 Mind you it depends what you want to photograph.. it is beautiful when it snows… especially Aviemore and Glencoe. Even though it rained it didn’t stop using sightseeing and going up Ben Nevis.

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