Coniston Water..English Lake District by Jamie  Green
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Wednesday 27th July 2011 and it was a beautiful day in the Lakes. I headed for Coniston village to climb Wetherlam,when I was sidetracked by the colours and reflections in the lake. After this I noticed the hills were clouding over so went home and got my guitar..then I took Tarn swimming at Tarn Hows and on to Hawkshead for a spot of busking. On the way home I stopped at Esthwaite Water.
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Living in the English Lake District,Cumbria,NW England with a love of photographing locations in Cumbria and Scotland, especially landscapes.

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  • Eileen McVey
    Eileen McVeyover 3 years ago

    Very cooling and lovely.

  • Thank you Eileen

    – Jamie Green

  • Ron Hannah
    Ron Hannahover 3 years ago

    Beautiful!! Lovely reflections!

    One of my favo(u)rite books takes place in large part in the Conniston area. “The Plague Dogs” by Richard Adams. Your photos of the region take me back to the story and really help illustrate the story. Sad as it is, these photos make want to pick it up and reread it!

  • I haven’t read that although the terrier racing took place at Coniston too..but they aren’t plague dogs.

    – Jamie Green

  • Tom Gomez
    Tom Gomezover 3 years ago

    Lovely view …

  • Cheers Tom

    – Jamie Green

  • Audrey Clarke
    Audrey Clarkeover 3 years ago

  • Thanks Audrey

    – Jamie Green

  • Ron Hannah
    Ron Hannahover 3 years ago

    If you are a dog lover, as you obviously are, The Plague Dogs is a difficult read. There is an animated film that was produced in the early ‘80s. The producer dropped the “happy” ending from the book. It’s a beautifully made film and, like the book, an impassioned plea for animal rights, especially against laboratory experimentation and vivisection.

    The in-house readers at the publishing house reportedly complained that the original ending of the book was too much of a downer, so Mr. Adams fired off a final chapter that included a real-life animal-rights activist who steps in to save the dogs from a horrible fate. Mr. Adams stated he preferred his original ending and was pleased with the film.

    By the way: The Plague Dogs was Richard Adams’ follow up to the international best-seller Watership Down, another of my all-time favo(u)rite reads.

  • I love Watership Down,but any mention of R.A B.B.I.T.s sends the dog bananas

    – Jamie Green

  • pat gamwell
    pat gamwellover 3 years ago
  • Thanks ever so much Pat

    – Jamie Green

  • Lori Peters
    Lori Petersalmost 2 years ago

    This is incredible..

  • Thanks ever so much Lori

    – Jamie Green

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