THIS WEEK:

Thursday 25th

An early visit to Tarn Hows

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on the high ground above Rose Castle, above the mist

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brocken spectre weather

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Wednesday 24th

Starting a walk along Derwentwater at the Theatre by the Lake, Keswick

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Friar's Crag

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blue sailing boats and Causey Pike

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the Millennium Stone in Calfclose Bay

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aerial roots at Cat Gill

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at the landing stage, Barrow Bay; Skiddaw with clouds

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tiny clumps of Speedwell along the path

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the Lodore landing stage

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about to board the Lady Derwentwater Launch clockwise, back to Keswick

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Otterbield Island, a calm part of the lake

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busy on Catbells

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quiet reflection in Hope Park

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Tuesday 23rd

6.30 am. Coniston Water

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Tarn Hows

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Monday 22nd

On the 505 Coniston to Ambleside bus, passing a runner and Monk Coniston Azaleas

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some of the flowers at Church Cottage, Rydal

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The Angel, Rydal Hall

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on The Old Corpse Road to Grasmere, with just a few spots of rain

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How Top Farm

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Grasmere at Penny Rock

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a complete family come past

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so cute

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sunshine in Deer Bolts Woods

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a small deer near Pavement End, Grasmere.

Sunday 21st

Late sunshine on the footpath to Roger Ground, the railings of St Michael & All Angels, Hawkshead

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by the sweet smelling Azaleas

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The Honeypot, in Market Square

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the Old Police Station

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High Cross.

Saturday 20th

After a cloudy and sometimes damp morning, a short walk on Torver Back Common

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the Walna Scar track climbing to the skyline below Brown Pike

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Peel Island, blue skies above Nibthwaite

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a Mountain Ash surrendered to the winds on the common

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always more cloud on the southern and central fells

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Kelly Hall Tarn

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Hawthorn, lit up, Black Sails in the middle of the picture.

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