THIS WEEK:

Sunday 21st

St Oswalds' tower Grasmere, from the garden centre

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those Acers

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Silver How

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Broadgate and Sam Read

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passengers boarding an open-top Bowness bound bus

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The Inn at Grasmere, formerly the Red Lion.

Saturday 20th

9 am. Some heavy showery rain about this morning, above White How, Elterwater Common

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towards Colwith

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Grasmere, the rain has stopped for a while, across the lake from Dale End

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Wyke Cottage

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towards Tilberthwaite from Shepherds Bridge, High Yewdale

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4.40 pm. a transformation, the Coniston skyline from Lowick Green

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Torver.

Friday 19th

Above the Coniston cricket ground

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Holywath in the trees

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by the Coniston Hydro-Electric dam, the Coppermines Valley

clouds covering all the southern high fells

colourful locals amongst the old quarry tips

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on Maundry Bank

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1.25 pm. the S Y Gondola pauses at the Brantwood Jetty

also seen here higher up the fell; Grizedale Estate's Lawson Park

one or two big showers here earlier, but it is dry at the moment

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returning over Miners Bridge past the railway bridge and Dixon Ground.

Thursday 18th

In Hayes, Ambleside

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a gentle walk this afternoon to the lower viewpoint on Monk Coniston Moor

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The Old Man above the village

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bits of sunshine on Harrison Stickle past the steep crags of Holme Fell and High Tilberthwaite Quarries

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green fields around the village.

Wednesday 17th

Skelwith Force

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on the popular path to Elterwater

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Elterwater Tarns

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climbing up through Rob Rash Wood, this view of Park Fell

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the path to Silverthwaite car park is closed for some reason

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... so, over the wall into Neum Crag

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Skelwith Bridge

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after 2 pm. some rain begins in Coniston.

Tuesday 16th

Dahlias in Hayes

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there are butterflies everywhere

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from Glen Mary Bridge onto Tom Heights on this very warm afternoon

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by the northern, highest cairn on Tom Heights

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on the top there's a breeze which is very welcome

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sunshine on High Arnside Farm, cumulous over Fairfield

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Langdale and Stake Pass

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glorious up here

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orchids by a dampish part of the path to the tarns

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just a few moments ago, a cloudy eclipsed moon.

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