Wednesday, 4 April 2018

Lake District, March 2018. Day 4 Thursday29th.

A beautiful sunrise this morning.  Again I was up predawn to enjoy the dawn chorus and the displaying pheasants, although I made a cup of tea and went back to bed with it!!
After breakfast I pottered about photographing the bark of some of the trees around the site and then we drove into Ambleside for a magnificent bath bun and coffee at the excellent Apple Pie Cafe.  The real purpose of the trip, though was to buy some of their excellent hot cross buns.  On our return to the site we relaxed before an early tea and then we walked across the fields to THE tree.  It wouldn't be a visit to Ashes Lane without at least one session photographing the beautiful oak up on the fields.  I love the way that it grows out of the rock just like a real life, full-sized bonzai.  By now though it was cold and overcast although the beautiful song of a curlew drifting across the fells lifted the spirit.
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Silver Birch
Silver Birch
Larch
Yew
The Ashes Oak


The Ashes Oak
The Ashes Oak
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Ashes Coppice
Ashes Coppice
Ashes Coppice
Ashes



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