red dawn over Rampsholme Island in Derwent Water and Dodd

Rampsholme Island dawn mist

Rampsholme Island is the smallest of Derwent Water’s four islands. Its name derives from the old norse for wild garlic, a plant that thrives there.

This view of Rampsholme appearing through the autumnal dawn mist also shows the more distant Derwent Isle below the distinctive shape of Dodd.

Rampsholme Island dawn mist was last modified: April 14th, 2020 by Gavin Dronfield

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