THIS WEEK:

Saturday 24th

Big bales at Colthouse, Hawkshead

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a cooler wind with spots of rain in the air

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Crag Cottage

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on the slopes of Latterbarrow, dark towards Grasmere

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the little hamlet of Outgate

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Blelham Tarn and clouds on Fairfield and the Ambleside fells

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cat at Hollin Bank.

Friday 23rd

The rather unkindly named Bog Lane, from Skelwith Fold alongside the Brathay river joining the Hawkshead road

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opposite Brathay Hall, Common Mergansers (Thank you Elizabeth)

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Grasmere, our Acer turning more colourful at the garden centre

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St Oswalds Parish Church showing repairs needed to the tower.

Thursday 22nd

Sunshine and shadows on Bow Fell, 9.15 am.

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up the zig-zags from Glen Mary Bridge later

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past the ruin

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wall and old tree-stump

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on the hill above the main car park, Tarn Hows

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the Yewdale Fells overlooked by The Old Man

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horse riders by the tarn

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Wednesday 21st

Our roses at home doing well

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changing seasons, at the Sawrey Ground intake

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kissing gate at the deer fence above Wharton Tarn

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in the other direction, towards Summer Hill

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marvellous old battered way-marker

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poor visibility, the big cairn on Latterbarrow, no sign of any of the high fells

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grey outline of Red Screes from below the Drunken Duck.

Tuesday 20th

Millbeck Farm with sunshine on Stickle Ghyll

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climbing up from High Close, the bracken is showing more colour

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over the cattle grid, beyond Claife Heights and Windermere, brighter weather

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Wetherlam and some cloud around Swirl Hause

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at the viewpoint by Hammerscar Plantation

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Greenhead Gill and some blue sky over Fairfield

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Rydal.

Monday 19th

Maple in front of the Britannia Inn Elterwater

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on Elterwater Common

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just after 1 pm. a Coniston Launch passing Peel Island

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a crystal clear day

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the road into Torver

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Little Moss Coniston 5 pm.

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