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Ashness Bridge Derwent Water Cumbria England Uk
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Ashness bridge above Derwent water has to be one of the most photographed locations with the lake as a background.  However it won't be many more years before the trees fully obscure the view of the lake below :-(

Copyright: Geoff Mather
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Uploaded: 06/07/2010
Updated: 04/07/2014
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Tags: bridge; stream; lake; woods; g8dhe
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