THIS WEEK:

Thursday 15th

Up through Skelghyll Woods from Stagshaw

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everything is bursting in the sun

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Jenkin Crag

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a calm Windermere and Claife Heights

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the Low Wood Hotel and Marina from High Skelghyll Farm

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plenty of lambs about

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down through the fields, to the Low Wood, with Wray Castle in contrast across the lake

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more lambs at Stagshaw

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Wednesday 14th

6.20 am. a fine sky over Coniston chimney pots

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new seat on Elterwater Common

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Wetherlam and the village

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Grasmere, near Wyke Cottage

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Grey Crag and Lord Crag across the lake

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cherry blossom at the Red Bank car park

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Tweedies with some outside seating

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the view from Baneriggs.

Tuesday 13th

Young roe deer at Tarn Hows, determined not to be photographed

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sunshine in High Yewdale

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now on the lower viewpoint on Monk Coniston Moor

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blue sky over the central fells

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calm at the head of the lake

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two fishermen

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a few tiny flakes of snow from the high cloud

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later, by Elterwater Tarn.

Monday 12th

Near Sawrey, the Tower Bank Arms

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by the bus stop

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Esthwaite calm

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Howe Farm and Roger Ground

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Great Coppice and Estwhaite Intake

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locals on Hawkshead Hill

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they foolishly think I've brought lunch

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returning slowly to normality; tea and scones outside Beetham Nurseries Cafe.

Sunday 11th

A walk this morning in High Close Woods

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Loughrigg overlooking

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bursting into the sun; Sycamore

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Hazel

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clear air for the lichen

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the head of Greenburn, Swirl How, Great and Little Carrs.

Saturday 10th

Just after 6.30 am. Sunrise at High Cross

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The pink Old Man

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rhubarb in the walled garden, Monk Coniston

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through the fields to the lake

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