Place in the World: Mountains, Lakes, Sea, History …. Cumbria, UK


This weeks WordPress Photo Challenge asks us to show our place in the world, somewhere that “pulls us” towards it, a place where we feel comfortable and identify with. I’m a Cumbrian first and foremost, an Englishman second, nothing else! My Place has a wild coastline, the highest mountains and deepest lakes in England, and plenty of medieval and industrial history too. Sadly, a deprived area economically.

Place in the World

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7 replies

  1. Ah the Lake District. I don’t think you can beat it. Nice shot across to Great Gable.

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  2. I’ve always been drawn to the stark beauty of the American Southwest. Canyon De Chelley being one its hidden gems: http://www.pleacher.com/np/cdcnm/cdcnm.html

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  3. Gorgeous views! Jealous! Thank you for sharing!!

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