cracked red mud revealed by retreating haweswater water levels during dry period under red dawn skies

Haweswater drought

Reflections of the dawn sky in a very low Haweswater Reservoir.

After a long spell of dry weather the top end of Haweswater had retreated enough to reveal some remains of the hamlet of Mardale Green. However this photo showing the cracked reservoir bed was my favourite due to the absence of footprints.

Haweswater drought was last modified: October 2nd, 2021 by Gavin Dronfield

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Photograph code: IMG_1991

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