THIS WEEK:

Friday 17th

Fair weather clouds over Langdale, from High Close

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a stroll to the lake past the acers and azaleas of Monk Coniston this afternoon

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a glorious handkerchief tree

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the gazebo

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down through the fields to the lake

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a small family near the jetty

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Thursday 16th

The garden of Undermount, Rydal

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St Mary's, Rydal

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part of the main window

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on Tom Heights this afternoon

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Wednesday 15th

Fresh oak and beech on a walk around Wharton Tarn this morning

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Market Square, Penrith

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bluebells and other colours, St Andrews Penrith

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Askham, by the Punchbowl Inn

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a steamer heading for Howtown and Pooley Bridge, Ullswater

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one passes another

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Tuesday 14th

Crab apple trees near Wharton Tarn

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the sound of hundreds of bees humming

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bluebells nearby

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horses at Barngates, with a background of Loughrigg and Fairfield

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Atkinson Ground acers

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a late look at the Brantwood Jetty

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smell the azaleas

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Monday 13th

The village and Wetherlam from Elterwater Common

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bluebells on the climb from Elterwater to Banks Quarry and Lingmoor

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silver birch at Banks Quarry

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Oak Howe Needle

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Chapel Stile

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above Bield Crag, the views of Little Langdale Tarn, to Wetherlam the Carrs and Greenburn

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Wrynose Pass

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to Windermere and The Low Wood, a wee bit more hazy today

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more bluebells on the return to Crossgates.

Sunday 12th

Another glorious morning for a walk round the Wharton Tarn circle

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ferns unfurling

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bluebells, Baysbrown Woods

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locals and campers in the campsite, Baysbrown Farm, Great Langdale.

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