Wastwater Lake District National Park: The Lake District National Park is one of England’s finest areas of natural beauty, a remote, wild and mountainous region; the park’s south-western corner particularly so. Around every corner was a new location in which photographers could easily lose themselves for a few hours. This spot on Wast Water is just a short drive from Wasdale Head, on the opposite bank is an area known as the Wastwater Screes, or simply known as ‘The Screes’. The screes were formed as ice and weather erosion pounded the rocks of the Borrowdale Volcanic Group. The screes start around 200 feet below the surface of the lake, rising 2,000 feet. Wast Water is England’s deepest lake, with a depth of 258 feet. The lake stretches three miles down the valley towards Wasdale Head and one-third of a mile across towards the screes. This photograph was taken using an Olympus EM-5 and I have a 14.2″ x 10.9″ c-type matt print available. If you are interested in purchasing this, or any other print , get in touch with me via the contact form.