THIS WEEK:

Thursday 23rd

St Michael & All Angels Hawkshead, in the rain

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from the vicar's parking spot

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hanging baskets at The Honeypot

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Tiger's Eye

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a posh exterior for The Red Lion

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wet flags by The Queens Head

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High Yewdale fells in the murk, from Atkinson Ground

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Wednesday 22nd

Before the rain, at the Coniston Boating Centre

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the Bluebird Cafe

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looking up into the village, clouds on the higher fells this morning

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kayakers setting off into the lake

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the S.Y. Gondola rounds the point for the first trip of the day

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a wise sign at Pier Cottage

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Yewdale Bridge

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the Crown.

Tuesday 21st

Wild, a walk around Tarn Hows

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trees brought down by the wind

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sun on Silver How

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colours of the wet bracken

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sun on the tarns between showers

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ducks are grounded

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Monday 20th

Wet, White Moss

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above the ice cream man (who, sensibly this morning, isn't there)

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Broadgate Meadow, Grasmere

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Acers at the Gold Rill Hotel

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by Rydal Woods

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the river Rothay quite high

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by the water's edge

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Pelter Bridge, Rydal

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in Dora's Field

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work in the wet by the National Trust on the paths.

Sunday 19th

Morecambe Bay; bright, windy, on the coast road from Ulverston at Newbiggin

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Lake Bank, Water Yeat

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the road into Torver

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showery rain at Tarn Hows, but it is the wind making photography difficult

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clouds on the Coniston fells

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towards Steel Fell, it looks like snow up there. Can't be, it is too mild

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4 pm. Helvellyn with some brightness above Wythburn.

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