THIS WEEK:

Saturday 8th

Foggy in the valleys around Coniston

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onto Torver Back Common

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the locals have seen it all before

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towards Lowick

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three-quarters moon over Beacon Fell

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Kelly Hall Tarn

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brocken spectre over the Lakeland Land Rover showrooms

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shared with the locals.

Friday 7th

8 am. The communications mast on Grizedale amongst the mist

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across the calm lake from Kirby Quay Boathouse

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6 pm. Skies over Clough Head The Dodds and Helvellyn

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St John's Youth Centre and church in the trees

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on Dunmail Raise

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late sunshine, Pier Cottage, Coniston.

Thursday 6th

The Steamer Pier getting ready for another busy day at Waterhead

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Loughrigg

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scaffolding on the chimneys of The Croft, Clappersgate

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Black Fell

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clouds, and a bit of sunshine on the Langdale fells, from High Close

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some pillock has gone 'offroad' on this normally grassy path, churning the place up

I hope the wheels fall off your Chelsea Tractor sir

the viewpoint by Hammerscar Plantation

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Nab Scar and clouds on Red Screes

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Stone Arthur above Greenhead Gill.

Wednesday 5th

Wet again this morning, in the grounds of Monk Coniston

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Windermere from Alice Howe

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the road into Windermere

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Troutbeck Bridge; The Lakes School

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after a brief drier spell, the rain starts again, outside Fellinis in Ambleside

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Skelwith Bridge

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Tuesday 4th

Wet in Ambleside, North Road and the Siver Moon

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the Golden Rule

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traffic in Wansfell Road

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wet this afternoon, in the fields of Hawkshead Hill

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the little Baptist Chapel

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damp for visitors and local alike.

Monday 3rd

Tongue Intake on Oxen Fell, a walk this morning

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ten years ago the winds brought down this beech, now it is returning to the earth

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new saplings from the old

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the eastern slopes of Wetherlam

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High Tilberthwaite with some sun

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Alcock Tarn and the ridge of Fairfield

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clouds crowding in to the top of Bow Fell

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late afternoon; shining waters from the lower viewpoint on Monk Coniston Moor

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