THIS WEEK:

Wednesday 14th

The big beech at High Cross, without a leaf

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Ambleside, wet, the Christmas tree is in place at the Sally, ready for Santa on Saturday

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acer around Millans Park

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Waterhead, damp

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a few cars in the main car park.

Tuesday 13th

Clouds over the Coniston fells, from High Cross

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Near Sawrey

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left behind from The Tour of Britain, at Haws Bank

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quick walk on Oxen Fell this afternoon

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Monday 12th

White Platts and St Mary's, Ambleside

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sunshine through the coloured windows, in the Hayes' Four Seasons cafe

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Christmas has arrived at this garden centre!

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unnamed beck in High Yewdale, under the crags of Holme Fell

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just before four, at the head of the lake.

Remembrance Sunday 11th

The hairpin bend above Monk Coniston

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wet walk, Sawrey Ground

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on the one-way past Tarn Hows Cottage

a billion larch needles

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a day of two halves, on the prom at Sandside, 1 pm.

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a gull and Grange-over-Sands.

Saturday 10th

Yewdale Bridge Coniston

a nice little miracle this morning: The Church bells have started chiming on the hour again

some bright spells for a walk to the Monk Coniston Jetty

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Thwaite Cottage in the trees

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Coniston level with the end of the pier

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two swans and Guards Wood.

Friday 9th

A walk to Tarn Hows from Sawrey Ground this morning

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very grey but no rain yet, no sign of the Langdale fells

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at the Scott Memorial

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waiting committee at the top car park gate.

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