National Geographic : 1936 Apr
(C)INational Geographic Society finlay rtiotograpn Dy u.f.ADranam, Lta. THE PEACEFUL-LOOKING SHEET OF WATER IN THE DISTANCE RECALLS A TRAGEDY OF LONG AGO The story goes that Brothers Water, at the foot of the slope, is named for two brothers who fell through the ice one New Year's Day and were drowned. Here lambent autumn sunlight slants down Kirkstone Pass. The rocky hill in the distance, Place Fell, hides the head ofUllswater, second largest of the lakes. The abundant springy turf beside the road bears witness to the heavy rainfall of the Lake District.