A postcard of my photos from a trip north to south through Cumbria: Cumberland and Westmorland.
Pretty autumn mist over Ullswater as "The Lady of the Lake" cruises past Norfolk Island in to the sunshine - she is believed to be the oldest working passenger vessel in the world.
I found the mist on the south side of the Kirkstone Pass: maybe Kirkstone Pass a new definition of where "The South" begins, along with "The North" begins on the north side of Euston Road, London (or Aix-en-Provence if you live in Marseille).
I found a bit of colour in Kendal, the town of grey stone houses on the river Kent. And sea mist obscured the sands and mud flats of Morecombe Bay viewed through the windows of a platform at Grange-over-Sands railway station.