THIS WEEK:

Friday 19th

Gentle clouds on the tops of the Coniston fells

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Broughton Moor, climbing the straightish path up the River Lickle to Caw Moss

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seeded willowherb

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the footbridge onto the open fell crossing the infant Lickle

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overlooked by White Pike

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up here, views over Dunnerdale of the Scafell range

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a bit hazy for close-ups, this view of Scafell, Mickledore and Scafell Pike

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the Duddon Valley

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Thursday 18th

A large oak above Meresyke, Elterwater

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High Close Woods

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one or two degrees warmer today, a local near Boon Crag

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cooling off fetching sticks in Coniston

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up the fields, on the new footpath to Monk Coniston

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in the walled garden

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behind a sunflower

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a patient gardener's assistant..

Wednesday 17th

Quiet and misty at the head of the lake, the Monk Coniston jetty

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High Cross

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cobwebs by the footpath to Wharton Tarn

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Great Langdale, at Raw Head

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the ridge of Lang How

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2.30 Tarn Hows.

Tuesday 16th

High Cross this morning, via Wharton Tarn to the top car park at Tarn Hows

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along the deer fence

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Tarn Hows, by the Scott Memorial

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colours changing in Sawrey Ground Intake

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4.30 pm. Halfway House, thundery skies over the Brathay.

Monday 15th

Spooky, in the drive of our very comfortable hotel for the night, thick mist or sea fret or simply clouds in Ravenscar

thank you all the friendly staff - we'll be back !

Raven Hall is there if you look closely

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over the moors to Pickering

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Helmsley, the showery rain is doing all these flowers good

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Helmsley Castle amid the smell of sweet peas

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another stretch of the legs in Richmond

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Cumbria greeting us home with some atmospherics, on the A66 over Stainmore

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South Stainmore towards Kirkby Stephen

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at Troutbeck, the sun over Blencathra is too strong for the Nikon cmos

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clouds on Clough Head

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Skiddaw

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