The large expanse of water dominates the Lake District National Park.
It attracts thousands of visitors each year to enjoy its waters and the fells and hills that surround it.
This image was taken on a perfect sunny day in late May with a big blue sky overhead.
The fells and the green fields that surround most of the villages in the Lakes make for the perfect backdrop to the small quaint houses.
This is the view over the fields towards Grasmere Village as the sun shines down.
DERWENT WATER and CAT BELLS
The view from the shores alongside Derwent Water near Keswick in the north of the Lake District National Park looking out to Derwent Isle.
The small range of hills to the right is known locally as Cat Bells.
To the north of Windermere lies Ambleside with its piers and jetty's ready to welcome the tourist boats that sail up and down.
Busy and full of life and just a short stroll from the centre of the town.
THE WOODEN JETTY
The view along a wooden jetty leading out on to Windermere in the Lake District National Park.
Windermere is always popular with sailing craft and of course seagulls.
This image was taken around 5.30 am from the shores of Windermere as the mist settled in between the mountains.
The lake was totally calm and quiet, a very peaceful moment in time.
SOUR MILK GHYLL
It has one of the most iconic names of all the areas of the Lake District National Park, Sour Milk Ghyll just to the north of Grasmere flows down from Easesale Tarn.