THIS WEEK:

Friday 23rd

Early mist clinging to the higher fells this morning

Butter Crag, Grasmere

towards Penny Rock

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a lady lying by Grey Crag

or is the heat getting to me?

mad dogs etc.. A lunchtime walk into the Coppermines and up to Maundry Bank

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not much electric I should think

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the youth hostel and Simon's Nick

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a welcome breeze on Maundry Bank

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two or three paragliders above the final steep climb onto The Old Man, someone suffering the heat on the final bit

Thursday 22nd

Thunder clouds building yesterday late afternoon over the central fells

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the road and new footpath to Sawrey from Colthouse

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9.30 and already the heat is building, with next to no breeze

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at Lake Bank

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Roger Ground

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flowers and hanging basket at Buckle Yeat, Near Sawrey

Wednesday 21st

Early mist at the head of the lake

 

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pausing for breath, a shot of Hawkshead from the stepped path

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a sort of 'cool' breeze by the bog asphodel at the top of the steps

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the big cairn on Latterbarrow

 

hazy towards Ambleside

 

Wray Castle and The Low Wood

 

a solitary orchid near the cairn

 

Wetherlam to The Pikes

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St Michael & All Angels

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over Black Crag to The Pikes

Tuesday 20th

St Marys Church in the valley of Whicham

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the bell tower

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we've just had a cooling swim on Silecroft Beach, seen from St Marys

pardon the power distribution wires

on the top road over Broughton Moor

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Dunnerdale Fells and Coniston Old Man

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convolvulus along the roadside verges

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Hoses and beyond Ulpha; Great Worm Crag

Monday 19th

On the way to the lake before the crowds

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a Heron as Church Beck enters the lake

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... and Great Egret, with Swan approaching

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both together

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the Heron is off ...

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by the toilets, not everyone taking their litter home

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Church Beck flows under the bridge

Sunday 18th

Some early mist below Loughrigg

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Silver How

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Loughrigg Terrace

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Grasmere

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Allan Bank centre

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Skelwith Bridge, on the Elterwater footpath to Rob Rash

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Elterwater Tarns, two ducks and two swans

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