THIS WEEK:

Friday 18th

Glorious this morning, at the start of the footpath to Monk Coniston

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trees are urgently sprouting leaves in the sunshine

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Monk Coniston Moor, to the lower viewpoint

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Coniston Hall

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Black Combe across the Duddon Estuary from Sandscale Haws

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sport on the dunes

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Thursday 17th

The forest track in Sawrey Ground

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more green

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timber operations going on

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there's a lovely woody smell coming from the sawn timber (& a bit of drizzle)

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Primroses beside the path

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the unusual fell gate and solitary posts above Tarn Hows

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grey and damp at 2.45 pm. Tarn Hows

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6.30 pm. sunshine over The Old Man.

Wednesday 16th

Cherry blosssom at Tarn Foot campsite, a walk around Loughrigg Tarn

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onto Loughrigg

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Wetherlam from near The Oaks

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more blossom in Lake Road Ambleside.

Tuesday 15th

8 am. On the Monk Coniston jetty

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Atkinson Ground

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by the Kirby Quay Boathouse

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lambs at Yewdale Bridge

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Spring on the tracks of Broughton Moor

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10.15 pm. another fine moon over Grizedale.

Monday 14th

Magnolias and Acers at Atkinson Ground

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Monk Coniston Moor, things have really gone green

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nearly at the lower viewpoint

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the steep southern crags of Holme Fell, High Tilberthwaite, and the Pikes peeping over

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two ways of arriving at Waterhead

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plenty of traffic at 11.45 am.

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a gentle breeze, just right for a sail on Windermere

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near Holme Crag

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Late update: A few minutes ago, a full moon appears over Grizedale.

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