THIS WEEK:

Sunday 24th

last night's colourful sky over Black Combe

[from Broughton in Furness]

line of cherry at Troutbeck Bridge

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the Lakes School

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camellia and forcythia at Borwick Lodge

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above Colthouse

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threatening clouds over Coniston and The Old Man.

Saturday 23rd

The view of Yew Tree Farm and High Yewdale from the one way past Tarn Hows Cottage

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Waterhead, 1 pm.

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in Borrans Park

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pussy willow

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the daffodils have survived recent bashing

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a view of the King Street car park, Ambleside.

Friday 22nd

Short path from the car park to the Monk Coniston Jetty

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wet this afternoon

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pussy willow and rain

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Crook Barn horses feeding at Torver

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school coaches approaching Little Arrow.

Thursday 21st

Rydal from Rydal Woods

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toads along the pavement towards Nab Cottage, I tried 'ferrying' them into the fields for safety as they probably don't know what the A591 is

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Silver How

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opposite Nab Cottage

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sheep and geese in fields behind Nab Cottage.

Wednesday 20th

Kirkcudbright Bridge

on the return trip

the harbour, Kirkcudbright

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MacLellan's Castle having some structural work carried out

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a wee West Highland Terrier waiting for its owner to come out of a shop

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treasure in the window of the Harbour Lights Cafe and Bistro, and good coffee inside!

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Station House, this was the end of the line down from Castle Douglas

before Beeching and other short-sighted officials closed everything

sunshine on Low Rigg as we head over Chestnut Hill from Keswick

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then on Dunmail Raise; thick fog!

Tuesday 19th

Looking for otters in The Wood of Cree, three or four miles north of Newton Stewart

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no otters, but spotted a red squirrel

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clean air

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Pulhowan Burn waterfall

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nice coffee stop in the Craigemains Home and Garden Centre, Ballantrae

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boats near the harbour

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Ailsa Craig smothered in cloud

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Creebridge, Newton Stewart.

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