THIS WEEK:

Wednesday 18th

On a walk from Wharton Tarn to Tarn Hows this morning, in the fog

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all is damp

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good job there's a sign telling you Tarn Hows is there ....

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all is muck-up

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Yew Tree Tarn, with a couple of guests

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the tarn always comes alive when there are swans presiding

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Tuesday 17th

Fog, Shepherd's Bridge

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the weir at Toc-H Chapel Stile

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always appropriate signs at the Langdale Co-op

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Millbeck Farm, the fells are totally hidden

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Monk Coniston grounds

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Monday 16th

A fine sky over Windermere from Holbeck Ghyll

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Black Crag

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nearly 1 pm. Staveley into Kentmere from Rather Heath

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closer at the clouds on Red Screes

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at High Cross

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Sunday 15th

Wet at times at Torver first thing

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big bales and rain

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by Torver Beck

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St Cuthbert's Aldingham, on the coast road to Barrow in Furness

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the sea-front at Aldingham, some brightness over Morecambe Bay

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one man and his dog on the sands

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the boat yard on Roa Island

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Piel Island beyond the Lifeboat Station on Roa Island

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sadly during the week, a fire just about demolished one of the iconic buildings along Abbey Road, Barrow

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5.20 pm. Skies have cleared and bright Venus shines over the John Ruskin School rugby-posts (taken with the trusty Nikon D50).

Saturday 14th

Sunshine in Baneriggs Wood, Grasmere

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this picture makes it look windy, but it wasn't

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Grisedale Pike from Chestnut Hill

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Skiddaw with some cloud beyond sunny Latrigg

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12.50 pm.

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later on the footpath to Colthouse, fields around Outgate

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just after 5 pm. Tilberthwaite Avenue.

Friday 13th

Bitter winds and sunshine on The Old Man, from Lake Road Coniston

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Little Langdale 10 am.

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Red Screes from High Cross

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Coniston Old Man again

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Red Screes looks more massive with a covering of snow

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at Hawkshead Old Hall.

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