Thursday July 27th 2017 6.50 pm. The Weather: 15°C. Showers with some sunshine in the afternoon.
Bright spells and windy on the southern top of Loughrigg
to the Coniston fells
busy just after lunch in Coniston
some sun on our Astilbes
shower clouds over Grizedale.
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>> Hi Tony Another ferry ride, a good job its free. Cruise ship Adonia at the terminal, The cruise ships are getting very frequent in the summer months. Liverpool`s waterfront is a bit of a shambles these days with the so called Village on the waterfront. See https://youtu.be/FENgDjTKR0I The music is Open Sea morning Enjoying your photos daily,its a good job we don`t have to develop our photos like we used to. I used to check with the family if anybody wanted to use the bathroom before I developed and printed my photos. Cheers Joe
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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. Most pictures taken with a Panasonic Lumix TZ60. Occasionally with my trusty Nikon D50 with a Tamron AF18 - 200mm macro zoom lens, which feels like a tank compared with the Lumix!
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