With Photo Sunday I want to share beautiful shots with a story.
This week’s photo is by Becky. She works full time in the UK; however, her real passion is travel. She went on her first solo trip to Australia, aged 32 and has now totted up 40 countries across 6 continents. Becky loves outdoor adventures and summited Mount Kilimanjaro in 2012. She also has a real love for wildlife, especially penguins. Who doesn’t love penguins! She takes you along on her adventures on her blog Becky The Traveller.
This photo was captured on a weekend camping trip in the UK to the Lake District National Park. It’s is a huge area so pretty hard to cover in a weekend. But it also means there are plenty of quiet spots in such a popular area.
I came across a sign for ‘White Moss Walks’ whilst driving between the villages of Ambleside and Grasmere. I love nature and wildlife so I guess ‘White Moss’ appealed to my interests.
After a short walk from the car park, I came across this gorgeous spot. The weather had been gray and rainy for a lot of the weekend but finally, the sunshine had come out. At last, I can take some photos without having to hide my camera under my waterproof jacket!
The walk then continued through a peaceful wooded area covered in bluebells, another highlight for me. I am soon crouched on the ground taking more photos. And out of the woods, the path leads me onto Rydal Water which is a fantastic walk with beautiful views.
It just goes to show that being spontaneous does have its benefits!
More beautiful pictures on her Instagram.