THIS WEEK:

Friday 24th

One of the roses in our garden

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early heavy showers in Coniston

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better at High Cross, mid afternoon

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under a crabapple tree

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foxglove

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a resting lady at Hawkshead Old Hall campsite

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High Street, Outgate

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The Old Cottage.

Thursday 23rd

Late last night, the moon rising over Grizedale with a crater

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one white foxglove at High Close

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Langdale from Hammerscar Plantation

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Elterwater with a backdrop of Wetherlam

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on the viewpoint to Dunmail Raise and Grasmere

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towards Rydal

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common spotted orchid in a wild meadow at Park Fell

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nearly 6 pm. skies over Wharton Tarn.

Wednesday 22nd

Stagshaw Garden rhodos

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a breeze at Waterhead

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not too breezy for some boating

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brand new seats down here

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a brief visit to the Grasmere garden centre

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about 6 pm. over Claife Heights from Hawkshead Old Hall.

Tuesday 21st

Grasmere and Silver How from How Top

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Penny Rock Corner

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on the rocks at Penny Rock; I think it is a Merganser

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blue skies over Grasmere just before midday

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roses at Dove Cottage

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Monday 20th

The Ambleside fells covered in cloud. Compare from the same spot near Barngates Tarn, one hour later at 10.45 am.

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the old corrugated barn at Town End, Colthouse

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by the Quaker Meeting House

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locals at Town End, the leaves turned over by a strong breeze

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the old water pump at Town End

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Hawkshead, The Grammar School

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St Michaels' weathervane

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Market Square and The King's Arms

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by the Sun Inn

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just before 5 pm. sunshine reflecting on the Bluebird Cafe roof.

Sunday 19th

A damp rose in our garden

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first walk in the woods above Monk Coniston

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later, a bee in a foxglove, High Close Woods

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a gorgeous dragonfly with blackish wings and a bluish body

the dam thing wouldn't stay still while I got closer

Loughrigg in the mist

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a ready made waistcoat

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thinking cobwebs, in Hayes Garden World.

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