THIS WEEK:

Thursday 26th

Hayes Garden World, starting a walk up Skelghyll Lane to Jenkins Crag and along to High Skelghyll Farm

a misty morning

Waterhead and some smoke

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on Jenkin's Crag

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towards Strawberry Bank, some brightness

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School Knott and Windermere

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one of the gateways following the Thirlmere Manchester aqueduct

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School Knott

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down through the fields to the Low Wood complex

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locals near the Holme Crag boathouse

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later, about midday, the mists are still hanging about Silver How, Grasmere

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Blindtarn Moss.

Wednesday 25th

By the top car park, Tarn Hows

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a much better start to the day

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The Pikes

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Helm Crag

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reflections at Yew Tree Tarn

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Tuesday 24th

Between showers a walk from Summer Hill to Tarn Hows

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the cattle grid to the top car park

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Belted Galloways in the field

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brighter out towards the Pennines

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Ambleside, by the Market Cross, Christmas decorations at the Salutation

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Monday 23rd

Fine Coniston skies just before 8 this morning

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watery sunshine at the boat landings, Grasmere

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work on the roof of Crosthwaite Parish Church

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Keswick, quiet

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Nest Brow, no sign of the fells along to Helvellyn, as the rain begins to get heavier.

Sunday 22nd

Church Beck from the bridge, starting a walk to Low Yewdale and Boon Crag

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sunny, but there's a shower

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Low Yewdale

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rainbows over High Yewdale

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near Boon Crag timber yard

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Saturday 21st

As the weather started to clear, from the top road over Broughton Moor, the Duddon Estuary towards Barrow

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a rainbow over the Lickle Valley

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later, onto Loughrigg from High Close

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two 'cyclists' ahead, climbing towards the summit

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Alcock Tarn, sunshine above Greenhead Gill

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looking through the gap of Oxen Fell to lighting around Coniston

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the trig point

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a rowan tree above Loughrigg Tarn, on the way down the stepped path to The Oaks.

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