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Tarn Hows near Hawkshead, Lake District National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Tarn Hows near Hawkshead, Lake District National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site


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Filename: 794-4564.jpg

Size: 10500 x 3706 (38.4MB)

Date: 16th October 2015

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Credit: Gavin Hellier/robertharding

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Country: United Kingdom

© Gavin Hellier

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Tarn Hows near Hawkshead, Lake District National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Tarn Hows near Hawkshead, Lake District National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Cumbria, England, United Kingdom, Europe

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© Gavin Hellier

Cumbria Lake District National Park Panorama Tarn Hows Wide Angle Wide Angle View Hawkshead


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This stunning print captures the serene beauty of Tarn Hows near Hawkshead in the Lake District National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Cumbria, England. The panoramic image showcases the idyllic landscape of this popular travel destination, with its tranquil lake reflecting the surrounding trees and forest. The wide-angle view allows us to fully appreciate the physical geography of this non-urban scene. The vibrant colors of nature come alive in this picture, showcasing the picturesque scenery that makes this area so beloved by visitors from around the world. With no people present, we are able to immerse ourselves in the peacefulness and tranquility that emanates from every corner of this natural wonder. Tarn Hows is a true gem within the Lake District National Park, offering a sense of serenity and harmony with its reflective waters and breathtaking surroundings. As part of an UNESCO World Heritage Site, it stands as a testament to both its cultural significance and outstanding natural beauty. Gavin Hellier's masterful photography perfectly captures not only the visual splendor but also evokes a feeling of awe for our planet's remarkable landscapes. This color image invites us to escape into nature's embrace and experience firsthand why Tarn Hows is considered one of Britain's most beautiful spots.

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