THIS WEEK:

Sunday 20th

Everything is blooming at Beetham Nurseries

.

a new building just opened beside the cafe, mostly garden furniture

.

beautiful inside

.

Fusethwaite Yeat, towards Wetherlam and The Crinkles

.

the orchard

.

signpost to Troutbeck and beyond.

Saturday 19th

Very still on the lake this morning, at Monk Coniston

.

the jetty

.

flowers on the Horse Chestnut

.

.

.

Pier Cottage

.

Azaleas at Pavement End, Grasmere

.

by the garden centre

.

we had a bridesmaid standing by in Coniston for the Royal Wedding, fortunately, not required

.

a walk around Tarn Hows, and down through Burnt Intake this afternoon.

Friday 18th

Very still on the lake this morning, across from Brown Howe

.

.

.

a scarecrow guarding the Lowick Green allotment

.

.

.

the view from The Banks, Coniston this afternoon

.

St Andrew's and High Guards

.

bluebells up here

.

.

.

the railway line above Cat Bank

.

Cat Bank Bridge.

Thursday 17th

The Low Wood Hotel on Windermere

.

by the hotel, the bus stop

.

Marina

.

Dove Nest

.

The Pikes

.

Ramps at the Holbeck Ghyll road-end

.

a Hayes' wet Rhodi

.

Bluebells at High Cross.

Wednesday 16th

Things are looking greener on our return

.

by the Brathay Footbridge

.

a walk from High Cross onto Monk Coniston Moor

.

.

.

4 pm. at the top seat

.

Holme Fell, the High Tilberthwaite Quarries and The Pikes

.

Helvellyn, Fairfield, and the sunshine

.

Coniston Old Man

.

the Walna Scar road winding up from the village to the centre skyline.

Tuesday 15th

Farewell to the beach at Blackwaterfoot this morning

.

seals below Imachar Point

.

.

.

strange rock formations on this part of the coast

.

a two-headed lamb

.

North Glen Sannox

.

Brodick sea front, no sign of any high fells

 

we're catching the 13.55 CalMac sailing to Ardrossan

.

Thank You Arran, fantastic.

Return to the Cam