The next day we set off at 4:30 am to look for a sunrise. We went to Rydal Water, which is one of the smaller lakes in the national park. This is near where William Wordsworth used to live, and apparently he loved looking at the lake. We understood why, as though the sunrise wasn’t as dramatic as we hoped for, there was a calm quietness, and the mist was gathering above the water. There was lots of wildlife too – cuckoos, woodpeckers, and lots of newborn lambs amongst others.