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Wednesday, 26 March 2014

Pictures from the lakes

     Just thought I'd post a few pictures from the lakes as I don't have the words to describe the landscape. 
















      Legend speaks of a headless hound around these hills but I'm not so sure.... 

Till the next time, take care....

John 

11 comments:

  1. Stunning pictures, John. The Lakes got amazing scenery no matter what the season. Where abouts did you go?

    West Cork and Kerry is well worth visiting. Lots of great walking and very few tourists. Thanks for posting the pictures.

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    1. Cheers Dave, stayed near windermere and spent time between there and Keswick. Saw Red deer, Peregrine falcon and Sparrow hawk amongst other things but either all were too far or too fast for a picture.

      Wouldn't mind stretching my legs in Ireland one of these days.

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  2. Oh how I've missed your photos of walks with dogs... your scenery is gorgeous and your photo-taking skills are wonderful. I've missed this!

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  3. These pix are great! Who sang that song about pictures painting a thousand words? Actually, if a picture paints a thousand words, you've just written a thesis. Not bad for a Wednesday morning.

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    1. Thank you Sarah you're far too kind, though perhaps it would be more like the ladybird book of Bear?

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  4. It is a bit difficult trying to find words to justify the beauty of nature. Love the photo of Bramble on lookout :)

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    1. Thanks Dreamer, Bear is such an attention seeking little bugger.

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  5. These photos are fantastic, John! Did Bear get what she was after??

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    1. Your far too kind Casey, if Bear wasn't in up to her neck in whatever water was on offer she was hurtling through thick scrub after all manner of small birds, she just hasn't learned patience yet!

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  6. There is something remarkably healing about being outdoors in a landscape that has stood for aeons! Plus, the comfort of a well loved dog, who could ask for anything more.

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