National Geographic : 1936 Apr
() National G(eographic society Finlay WORDSWORTH PACED RYDAL'S LANES, COMPOSING POETRY ALOUD ASHE WALKED .otograph by(G.F.Abraham, Ltd. The honest country folk round about thought the poet was mad. Rydal Mount, the home of his later and more prosperous days, stands onahill behind the church, and has a view to the south as far as Windermere. In spring this corner of the Lake District isariot ofgold. Dora's Field, where the poet and his daughter planted daffodils, is a place of national pilgrimage about Easter.