THIS WEEK:

Saturday 21st

Just before 1 pm. a Barrow service passing Silecroft Level Crossing

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wild just after high tide on Silecroft Beach

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a gorgeous shiny wet Triumph Stag in the car park at Ravenglass

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on the bridge over the West Coast main line

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just beyond the platform a La'al Ratty train waiting for the 14.50 steam service to Dalegarth

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home-made cakes and goodies for sale on the platform

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part of the Millennium Painting in the cafe.

Friday 20th

Fairfield from High Wray

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Blelham Tarn through the trees

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the road to High Wray

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Tock How Farm

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all the storms have robbed the leaves from our Acer at Grasmere

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atmospherics over Wetherlam, 2 pm.

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Thursday 19th

Brockhole National Park Centre has changed over the years ...

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now you can navigate high level ropeways and zip-wires

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on the ground, in the gardens

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down at the jetty

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a calm grey day

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1897: The Gaddum family had Brockhole built. Architect Dan Gibson designed the house for William Henry Adolphus Gaddum, a silk merchant from Manchester, who wished to have a ‘summer house’ in the newly fashionable Lake District.

Wednesday 18th

Clouds hanging about on the tops this morning, Great Langdale from the boulders, St Annes

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Oakhowe Crag on Lingmoor

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Grasmere reflective

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a reverse flip, Barrow Bay, Derwentwater

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1.30 pm. Keswick sunny

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a hang-glider sailing over Gategill Fell on Blencathra.

Tuesday 17th

Detail from the front door of the Old Grammar School, Hawkshead

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St Michael & All Angels

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Bend or Bump

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rain spreading down Great Langdale

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King Street, Ambleside.

Monday 16th

9.45 am. Very dark and strange at Waterhead, note the lights on the Steamer Pier

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at Beetham Nurseries

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the Acers look good whatever the weather

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red sun through the clouds

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just after 3 pm. Sunshine at the head of Coniston Water

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so many berries here at the head of the lake.

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