THIS WEEK:

Wednesday 22nd

Road works under the Mayo Statue in the main street, Cockermouth

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in the New Bookshop

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a Ladybird book

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from the A591 at Nest Brow, looking towards Helvellyn

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a snowy sky at 3.40 pm. Doris is on her way!

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Tuesday 21st

Early cherry blossom at the Rothay Garth, Ambleside

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daffodils at Broughton Mills

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catkins everywhere

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midday, long traffic queues on the A590 for the major roadwords at Lindal in Furness

rain and poor visibility

wet on the bridge in Coniston

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Church Beck behind the Black Bull.

Monday 20th

Damp in Borrans Park this morning

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Windermere calm

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Waterhead

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The Regent Hotel and a cyclist

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camellias undercover at Beetham Nurseries

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4.50 pm. skies have cleared over the Coniston Boating Centre.

Sunday 19th

Sunshine on Braithwaite

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Lonsties' primroses

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Dodd and Skiddaw capped with clouds

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the Moot Hall, Keswick

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The Lakes Distillery and those gates at the entrance

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the distillery alpacas

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up the road a mile or so, Isel Church, St Michael & All Angels

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Saturday 18th

The straight road to Roa Island with a glimmer of brightness out in Morecambe Bay

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across the Piel Channel to Barrow in Furness and the big BAE buildings

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a visit to the Conishead Priory, and the Manjushri Kadampa Meditation Centre

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the priory

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gold on the temple

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a group of students on the shore with Chapel Island in the distance

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3.45 pm. rain at Torver.

Friday 17th

In the clouds of Sawrey Ground Intake

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the footpath above Summer Hill

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brightening the day, with the orchids in the plant house, Hayes Garden World Ambleside

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Helm Crag from the viewpoint near Penny Rock, Grasmere

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they just need some sun

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on the other side of the lake; the previous viewpoint with clouds on Nab Scar

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brighter to the south west, at High Close.

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