THIS WEEK:

Saturday 23rd

Very wild at times and bright over Coniston

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a walk along the forest tracks of Broughton Moor

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patches of Bluebells still hanging on

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plenty of Hawthorn

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down the Lickle Valley towards Broughton Mills.

Friday 22nd

Very wild at times for a walk at High Cross

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shelter in the woods beyond Wharton Tarn

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windy at Tarn Hows

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hawthorn and poorly larch on the one way past Tarn Hows Cottage

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a fleeting sunny spell

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windy at the head of the lake

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Thursday 21st

Before sunrise this morning

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A walk in High Close Woods

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rhodys in patches

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on the way; Foxgloves

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the wrong side of the fence.

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up the steep Walna Scar road this afternoon, pausing for breath and a stitchwort (thank you Tessa)

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tiny speedwell

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a few cars at the Walna Scar gate

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Nettle Crag, to the Howgills beyond

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Dow Crag

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Little Arrow Moor to the lake, Bethecar Moor and the Lancaster Pennines

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High Arnside farmhouse, Black Fell and shadows on Helvellyn.

Wednesday 20th

Misty along the road to Tarn Hows

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around 8.30 as the mist clears, on the high ground above Rose Castle, Tarn Hows

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Tuesday 19th

Misty, fields and a dog walker below Haws Bank, Coniston

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the Acers and sweet smelling Azaleas of Monk Coniston

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breathe gently in ...

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Monday 18th

Above The Bield in Little Langdale, contrasting colours of the new and old bracken

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clouds lifting from the forest, Blea Tarn

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the footbridge

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the swimmer contemplating a dip

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on the larch, the first drops of rain for quite a while

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donkeys at Wall End.

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