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Today's Photographs

Early mist catching the light around Grizedale

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a farm gate at Low Wray

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sign at the entrance by Windermere

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Low Wray Church

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7 pm. in the Monk Coniston car park

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the jetty

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>>Tony Super photos of Morecambe bay today , the best for me being Storth , many an hour fishing from that prom, collecting broken fishermens casts out of the sand and selling them back to them at the weekend ! and Jenny Browns Point never looked like that when I went there ?!actually nor did the Midland !! thanks for the memories Pete

 

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