THIS WEEK:

Monday 10th

In Borrans Park, Ambleside, about 9.30 am.

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next, a walk to the top car park, Tarn Hows

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Wetherlam

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road-block by the cattle grid. Patience is essential, (fortunately, Belted Galloways are a patient breed).

Sunday 9th

Early sunshine lighting up The Banks, Coniston

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at the head of the lake

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the lake from Brown Howe

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Fairfield

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Peel Island

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later, from the Roa Island Road, part of the massive Barrow Offshore Wind Farm beyond Walney Island Nature Reserve

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Torver sunset at 3.30 pm.

Saturday 8th

A slight rainbow amongst the showers at Tarn Hows

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just after 3 pm. one of the seats at the head of Coniston Water, nearly in the lake

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clouds on all the high fells

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Crown Inn lights as darkness gathers.

Friday 7th

Swan family near the Monk Coniston car park

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blue kies in Barrow, over St Mary's Catholic Church

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Black Combe from Walney Channel, a cold wind blowing along here

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nearly sunset over Walney Island

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seasonal inflation in B&Q

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Market Street lights, Ulverston

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Thursday 6th

Puddles in Hayes Garden World, Ambleside

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under the 'extra' roofing

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no better in The Square, Hawkshead

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St Michael & All Angels overseeing everything

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I've taken this before ....

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The Sun Inn

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pizza and prosecco for you this evening? At the Queens Head.

Wednesday 5th

A wet walk down to the Coniston Boating Centre, past the park

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The Banks

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on the bridge

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a few customers in the Bluebird Cafe

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the lake is calm as a millpond

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returning by Pier Cottage and Yewdale Bridge

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everywhere is quiet

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3.30 pm. The island Grasmere.

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