Photographer's Note

Wast water is my favorite place because nearly everytime late sun rays draw a nice pictrue with shades and nice clouds.
This picture wasn't touched, just cropped from original ratio. I think that I didn't use any filters and tripod because I thought that I will find better view later, so I just tried hendheld, but I didn't.

Let me know if you like it. Honest critiques welcomed!!!

About this place from Wikipedia:
Wast Water or Wastwater is a lake in the Lake District National Park, England. The lake is approximately 4.6 kilometres (almost 3 miles) long and 600 metres (more than a third of a mile) wide, and is located in the Wasdale valley. It is the deepest lake in England, at 79 metres (258 feet), and is owned by the National Trust.

It is one of the finest examples of a glacially 'over-deepened' valley. The surface of the lake is about 200 feet above sea level, while its bottom is over 50 feet below sea level.

The name of the lake and its valley is pronounced as in was, not with a hard a. The lake is named "Wast Water" on Ordnance Survey maps, but the spelling "Wastwater" is used with roughly equal frequency, including by its owner, the National Trust, along with the Cumbria Tourist Board, and the Lake District National Park Authority.

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