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911-3154 - A mountain rescue member uses a flare to attract an approaching Sea King helicopter to the casualty site on Fairfield in the Lake District National Park, Cumbria, England, United Kingdom, Europe
1219-225 - Bare trees surrounding the banks of Holme Fell Tarn on an overcast winters day in the Lake District National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Cumbria, England, United Kingdom, Europe
817-459105 - View from Castlehead Wood Viewpoint near Castlerigg village across Derwent Water (Derwentwater) towards Derwent Fells, Lake District National Park, Keswick, Cumbria, England, UK, Europe.
698-2206 - Frosty autumn morning in Borrowdale, Maiden Moor and Catbells from Surprise view above Lodore hotel and landing stage on Derwentwater, Lake District National Park, Cumbria, England, United Kingdom, Europe
785-2327 - Looking towards the north end of Windermere near Ambleside, with rugged snow covered mountains including Helvellyn, Lake District National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Cumbria, England, United Kingdom, Europe
747-1060 - A view from grounds to Rydal Mount, home of William Wordsworth who died here in 1850, near Grasmere, Lake District National Park, Cumbria, England, United Kingdom, Europe
832-78928 - Old stone wall and the lake, England's deepest lake, lake Wastwater, lake Wast Water, Wasdale Valley, Lake District National Park, Cumbria, England, United Kingdom, Europe
911-10492 - On Friday 11th July 2014, the Young Ospreys that nest on Bassenthwaite in the Lake District National Park, Cumbria, UK, are ringed and fitted with a satelite tracker. they are ringed by Pete Davis, a licensed bird ringer, and the satelite tracker is fitred by Roy Dennis. Roy is theonly person in the UK, licensed to fit satelite trackers to birds of prey. The tracing is part of the Bassenthwaite Osprey project, to see whereabouts in Africa the young migrate to, before returning hopefully to the UK to nest.Ospreys recolonized the Lake district in 2001, after an absence ovf over 150 years. In the last fourteen years of breeding over half a million people have visited the project to view these spectacular fish eating birds.