by Earlie Doriman
I am candidly captivated by the tranquility of
’s England Lake District. Considered as the country’s National Park, it prides its gorgeous lakes including the magnificent Windemere, the amazing Coniston waters, the healthy Ambleside, and the scenic of Derwentwater, amongst others. Century old castles stand like kings on mountain summits and proclaim the rich history and cultural richness of Lake District. I could only wish for more opportunities of future courtship in these breathtaking landscapes and natural paradise, laying perfectly under a truly fantastic summer sunshine. lakeland
We have a great time last Saturday, spending every single affection, exploring, and falling in love again of the beauty and serenity of
Lake District. The rich hills, green valleys, and neatly chiseled mountains that surround the splendid lakes persuade one to regard it as a seventh heaven on earth.
Millions of visitors from around the world frequent this place being a truly popular holiday destination and also a home to one famous English poet during the 19th century, William Wordsworth. In fact his well-known work called ‘Daffodils’ were writings witnessing his profound love affair with the
. The shade of life and the friendly character of both its people and place naturally flourish in this most beautiful panorama I have ever been in my life and I would always remember this experience. Lakeland
I would like to share to you some of the photos which I am certain, you would be in love with as much as we did. My next article about Lake District narrates the complete fondness and the fun that me and my family, shared with our good friends who were having a brilliant weekend-holiday in one of the camping sites around Lakeland, plus the honestly awkward experience destined to happen on our way home. See you again here.