Reflections of Wast Water, Lake District National Park: Before I went away to Canada and back to my beloved Fernie, I spent a few days back in one of my favourite parts of England; the Lake District. Wast Water, England’s deepest lake, is my go-to-spot in the Lake District, it’s remote, stunningly beautiful and surrounded by the great Fells of England. Found in the south-western corner of the Lake District, this part of the park is a beacon for climbers, hikers, and campers; all of who are attracted by the ruggedness of the area. Wast Water, Lake District. Photograph details: 76 sec, F11, ISO100, 58mm, using an Olympus EM-5.