THIS WEEK:

Friday 21st

Grey at Tarn Hows this afternoon

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on the Cumbria Way, the one-way leading down past Tarn Hows Cottage

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Granddaughter Lola's 2nd birthday today, at two, she's a bit young to understand birthdays and presents, so she climbed into bed with the dog.

Thursday 20th

Another quiet, misty day. Lake Road Ambleside, looking up to the clouds and sun on Fairfield

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towards Esthwaite from the rooftops of Outgate

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onto Torver Back Common this afternoon

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above Sunny Bank

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Beacon Fell

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Kelly Hall Tarn.

Wednesday 19th

Strange sunrise over the chimney pots in Coniston

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low sunshine on Red Screes

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the main street and telephone box, Outgate

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Outgate Inn

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pie night tonight !

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the sky

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another fine sunset at the head of Coniston lake

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Tuesday 18th

A gorgeous start to the day, climbing up from High Close on the slopes of Loughrigg

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at the site of the old Grasmere Cairn

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one of the many small un-named tarns up here

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at the summit

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Esthwaite Lake

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the path to Ewe Crag

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Rydal

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amongst the moss, a gelatinous fungi, looks more like a jellyfish

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down by the copper beech to High Close

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stubborn clouds on the Crinkles

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at 3.45 a grand sunset from Bank Ground

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Monday 17th

From High Cross blue skies to the south west over Torver

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Wharton Tarn

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horse at High Tock How

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a sunny spell picking out St Mary's church spire, Ambleside

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Loughrigg

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12.50 pm.

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from the slopes of Latterbarrow.

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