Took a ride up to Derwent today and found the lake looking wonderful in the changing light conditions.  After parking at the Great Wood we headed to the shoreline on Calf Close Bay where the almost still water was mirroring the mountains and sky.
The water was also quite low - so there were lots of boulders peaking through the surface.
I like these conditions as the rocks lead the eyes into the scene
Heading up the shoreline towards Keswick, here's the view looking back down the side of the lake from Strandshag Bay (still lots of boulders ).
After an ice cream stop at Keswick jetties we headed back along the side to the lake to Calfclose Bay where the skies had darkened and the water had become a little choppy creating quite a moody atmosphere.