Thursday, 3 November 2011

Daily Postcard From The Lake District #18

Today's walk was a comparatively short ramble from Elterwater village, into Little Langdale and a return via Skelwith Bridge.  Basically to dodge the rain showers.

Weather: sunny intervals, rain later in the day

Terrain: almost all on good paths, some roadwork involved.

Pictures below:

The bridleway leading up from Elterwater village.

Birk Fell, on the far side of Little Langdale.

Lingmoor Fell.

Colwith Force.

Hens making the most of the autumn sunshine.  Or maybe waiting to be served tea and biscuits?

Looking across to a distant Loughrigg Fell.

Peaceful scene, with the River Brathay meandering below.

Skelwith Force.  It's certainly forcing its way here, I needed to dry the camera lens a couple of times!

A knoll near Elterwater.

Autumn reflections.

Echoes of "Children of the Corn", spotted near Little Langdale.  Surely the kids aren't that vicious up here... are they?

Until the next walk, be well all.

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