THIS WEEK:

Monday 21st

Quiet lake at Monk Coniston

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the big horse chestnut in the fields

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Far Sawrey, by Windermere, the National Trust's Claife Station with the windows

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Belle Isle

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on the first floor

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the 10.40 am. Windermere Ferry arrives and The Teal passes

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warm enough in the sunshine for a Comma Butterfly.

Sunday 20th

First walk of the day, amongst the Acers of Monk Coniston

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timber operations, on the high ground above Rose Castle, Tarn Hows

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sunshine on The Pikes

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Pike o'Blisco and clouds covering Bow Fell

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High Yewdale and The Old Man

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approaching shower over the High Newton by-pass, lunchtime.

Saturday 19th

Another quiet misty morning on Coniston Water

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by the Kirby Quay Boathouse

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Friday 18th

Coniston misty this morning, Bank Ground Farm

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the Gondola getting steam up for another day

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Haws Bank and the Yacht Club

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about 9 am.

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clouds around the Brathay, on Elterwater Common

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Banerigg and the woods

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The Daffodil

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taken near The Wyke, Grasmere.

Thursday 17th

Down the length of Windermere from Holbeck Lane

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Belle Grange across a calm lake

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more cloud amongst the southern fells

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Waterhead

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Miss Cumbria III waiting for passengers

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the oak next to the traffic lights

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acer at Beetham Nurseries.

Wednesday 16th

Midday, the sun came out in Banerigg Wood, Grasmere

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across the valley to Deerbolts Wood, a walk onto Loughrigg Terrace

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to the first seat

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no sitting down!

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the view of Grasmere

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Easedale and Far Easedale

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sunshine on Nab Scar

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up to High Close

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colour in High Close Wood.

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