Friday, 31 August 2012

50 Shades of Cumbria

I thought I'd give you a break from my inane ramblings for a day and instead turn this blog over to some of Steve's amazing pics.  So sit back, relax and enjoy 50 Shades of Cumbria - and only one of them's grey.

Alcock Tarn

Kent Estuary Sunset

Avocet at Leighton Moss

Barrow Dock Museum

Kewsick Mountain Festival

Blencathra

Blind Tarn Ghyll

Brocken Spectre on High Crag

Coniston Jetty

Crinkle Crags

Local Wildlife

Rainbow over Grasmere

Gummers How taken from Windermere.  Literally - in it.

Queen's Jubilee Beacon, Hampsfell

Haweswater & Harter Fell

Hikers Shelter, Helvellyn

Sun & snow on Heron Pike

Inside the Hoad

Skelgill Horse

Hampsfel Hospice

Local Woodwork, Hutton Roof Crags

Kent Estuary at Arnside

Kentmere 

Kestrel on Foulney Island

Spring lamb.

Levers Water

Garden spring in flood

Essential supplies.

Place Fell.

Rannerdale Bluebells

River Kent nr Kendal

Skelgill Bank

View from Sca Fell.

Three Tarns

Sedbergh Daisies

Skiddaw

Path from St Bees

Striding Edge

Hampsfell sunset

Thirlmere

Ullswater boathouse

View from Black Crag

View from Coniston Water

Walney Island

Wast Water

Moon over Wetherlam

Windermere Sunset

Winter Inversion

Winter Hiking

North Face of Yewbarrow

6 comments:

  1. There are some brilliant shots here that do the county justice in showing it to be not just a summer visit or a trip round a lake.

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  2. Thanks! We both have a real passion for the place and there is SO much more to it than many people ever see. We're on a mission to spread the word!

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  3. Fabulous photos!! Thanks for showing them

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  4. Thanks Jean. We're so lucky to live here and love sharing with everyone how wonderful the scenery is. Have a great day!

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  5. Beautiful pictures. I am so lucky to be living back in Cumbria after spending years in the concrete wilderness of the East Midlands.

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  6. Thanks Sarah. My husband takes many of the pics. Cumbria is such a breath of fresh air in every single sense of the word.

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