jueves, 9 de agosto de 2012

Mirror images of British beauty spots

Walkers seeking the perfect place to enjoy a reflective moment need look no further.
These gorgeous landscapes show off Britain's best beauty spots in twice their usual glory.
Each magnificent panoramic vista has been photographed so its splendour is mirrored in a still lake beneath





Misty mountains: A panoramic view of a shimmering Loch Leven in Glencoe village near Fort William, Highland region of Scotland


Pure beauty: A lone building throws atmospheric shadows over a breathtaking vista at the wild Loch Leven


Caught in time: Black Mount Hills covered in brilliant white snow on a sunny winter's day and mirrored in a frozen Lochain


Still waters run deep: Dark rock sweeps down to a perfectly calm lake at Loch Achtriochtan, Glencoe


True blue: A spectacular early morning in Grasmere near Ambleside at Cumbria's Lake District


Awe-inspiring view: Loch Ba' rises up in the distance behind the rolling clouds over Rannoch Moor


Picturesque: A typically British autumnal scene across Loughrigg Tarn near Ambleside in the Lake District


Twice the fun: This amazing panoramic view of Loch Leven reveals detailed reflections of distant mountains including Pap of Glencoe and scudding clouds


Pretty as a painting: Reeds poke out of the still water at Lochan na h'Achlaise among Black Mount Hills of Rannoch Moor


Postcard view: A panoramic landscape picture taken at Ullwaters, in the Lake District


Snapshot of history: Alnwick Castle in the distance against shimmering water in Cumbria


Stunning scene: Loch Eil, in the Scottish Highlands glistens as the sun lights the waters
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