Saturday April 18th. 2015 5.30 pm. The Weather: 13°C. Sunny.
Dewy fields at Monk Coniston
8 am. completly clear skies for the rest of the day
Sister Benjamina warming by the front door
from Brown Howe, a walk onto Beacon Fell via the Stable Harvey road
silver birch greening
feeding in fields below Stable Harvey
by the cairn on Beacon Fell, on the map; the 'Beacon'
across Morecambe Bay, above Lowick, the Heysham Power Station
Torver and Wetherlam
the lake shining at Nibthwaite
couldn't resist, a panorama from the cairn
close up on Peel Island
back on the Stable Harvey road, there are bees and butterflies on the pussy willow
a peacock butterfly by Colton Parish Church.
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Disclaimer - 'THE WEATHER' is only my personal opinion - if you come to the Lakes and get sunburnt (or soaked ) - the author of this page bears absolutely no responsibility. You are welcome to copy any of these pictures for your own use, but please credit the photographer, Tony Richards, or add a link to these pages. A new camera is in use together with the Nikon D50 from the end of last November, a Lumix TZ60, the same as Ann's Mad About Mountains.
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Far may be sought
Erst that ye can find
So courteous, so kind,
As Merry Margaret,
This midsummer flower,
Gentle as falcon
Or hawk of the tower.
John Skelton 1460-1529
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