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 Post subject: Tarn Hows
PostPosted: Sun Oct 16, 2011 3:01 pm 
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Popular spot in the Lake District but I was the only one there in the early drizzle and mist today. It began to clear after an hour or so.

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One nearby:

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And finally, I wonder what the story is behind this...

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Great set - last one has a story to tell indeed.

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definitely a nice set, lovely shots

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Nice shots. The not so nice weather give a greath atmosphere.

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Nice set, I was looking for the bogy man to come out of #3


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Thank you all. It was definitely worth making the early start and proved yet again that in the Lake District area you can never tell what the weather will do next. It can even be different from one valley to the next! I nearly didn't bother going as it was so wet when I opened the door. As it is, the pics were all taken hand-held because I forgot the tripod, probably due to the "Will I - Won't I?" thoughts going through my head.


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