Saturday July 30th. 2016 4.20 pm. The Weather: 17°C. sunny intervals and a shower on the Solway Coast.
Sale Fell and Wythop from above Embleton (on the golf course road)
Cockermouth Golf Club
Cock & Bull pub, Cockermouth
a tough spot; Maryport
the harbour, there's 'blues music festival' this weekend
4 pm. a big shower has just passed over from southern Scotland, the small hamlet of Skinburness.
Your e-mails are my inspiration, please send a message to:
Hi Tony Not sure which Emerald it is but it is lovely. Hope you didn't mind me pointing out it is a moth. We had a beautiful brimstone other on our kitchen windowsill a few days ago. A lot of moths are as beautiful as butterflies. We enjoy your photos each day. Chris goes on a walking holiday with his son for a week each year. They stay in Broomriggs near Hawkshead. Think they may go in October this year. Kind regards Gloria
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Disclaimer - 'THE WEATHER' is only my personal opinion - if you come to the Lakes and get sunburnt (or soaked ) - the author of this page bears absolutely no responsibility. You are welcome to copy any of these pictures for your own use, but please credit the photographer, Tony Richards, or add a link to these pages. A new camera is in use together with the Nikon D50 from the end of last November, a Panasonic Lumix TZ60.
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