Over on the other side of the world, this is the river in Adelaide, looking across to the cricket ground.
There’s lots of ways to enjoy the lake, rowing boats, canoes, launches, or just walking round Derwentwater. It’s always very peaceful round the lake as there is a strict speed limit, no speedboats allowed. It’s also the only lake in Cumbria (I think) that you can actually walk all the way round on footpaths.
Ullswater with the rain coming across.
A couple of miles further up is the Strid, where the river goes through a very narrow but very deep gorge.
A different kind of waterway, this is the Leeds Liverpool canal near Skipton.
This photo is taken inside Gaping Ghyll, a huge underground cavern, big enough to fit a minster in! A couple of times a year you can be hoisted down a rope on a chair, past the waterfall! I think you can just make out the chair coming down top right of the photo. The light on the waterfall looked amazing.
Finally a peaceful photo of a heron flying across the canal, we saw him several times during our canal trip and I finally managed to take a photo as he took off.
The Friday Photo Challenge is organised by Postcard from Gibraltar, why not follow the link to see more waterways.