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Lingy Holm on Ullswater
England
Lingy Holm Island on Ullswater in the English Lake District, photographed on a warm summers day in July. The other small island visible to the NNW of on the lake is Norfolk Island. The houses to the SSW are part of Glenridding, with Fairfield Peak behind them. Helvellyn is obscured by the large tree-covered hill to the WSW.
Copyright: Mark vanstone
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Uploaded: 02/11/2013
Updated: 17/07/2014
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Tags: island; lingy holm; ullswater; lake district; cumbria; lake; landscape
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