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Old Apr 17, 2007, 10:08 AM   #11
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Nice one Gary, yeah, it really is a great location! Just had a butchers at your website, it's really impressive, you have an outstanding collection! Looking at the Langdale shots, the're to notch, especially the entranceway to the valley, very memorable!
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Old Apr 17, 2007, 12:05 PM   #12
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Lake District - that´s were all the poets came from, isn´t it?

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not robbie burns! he was just over the border in dumfries, Scotland!! :blah:

Nice photo though.

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Old Apr 17, 2007, 12:41 PM   #13
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the panos of langdale, as u get to the top of the valley road turns left and up a windy hill to a cattle grid, thats where they are taken, think path to pike o bliscko leads of to left in them shots.

in your shot the dark rock in distance to left side is pavey ark where im sat !!

a few oldies from about 4 or 5 years ago

i think pike o'blisco is on it the ones near left side are crinckle crags





this is bowfell which is what u see infront as u get to langdale head



and finaly me ontop of pavey ark, where u took ur pic is away to my right and im looking back towards windermere in the distance, langdale valley is below an hour and half walk away


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Old Apr 17, 2007, 1:57 PM   #14
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Hey Gary those are some excellent shots, things look a lot greener than when i was there!

funny you should mention Pavey Ark, two days after i took the above shot i attempted pavey ark after walking up Bow Fell, had a nightmare though, very heavy mist, strong winds and lots of rain. Had the missus with me who is new to hiking so decided to dodge pavey ark as i know it's pretty exposed in places and didn't want to scare the pants off her!

Opted for an ale at dungeon gill instead!

I've tinkered with my above shot in light of what Bahadir said, I think it looks a lot better, especially after running through noise ninja.....

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Opted for an ale at dungeon gill instead!
cant fault u on that one mate !, had a few pints of ale there myself, on a summers weekend u cannot get in the pub or sit outside, same at stickle barn just back down the road, infact if u go up on a saturday u cannot even camp, campsite is full about 10 ish, we go up friday to get a pitch, or now i do shifts on a monday...its ever so peacefull !!

think campsite is about £4 a head or it used to be, parking is free, car parking can be murder on summer weekends, infact its impossible unless u get there at dawn.

found a pic of dungeon ghyll its the white building to the right and campsite is bellow in the trees





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Many a happy time, nursing aching feet and a pint in that pub!
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I've tinkered with my above shot in light of what Bahadir said, I think it looks a lot better, especially after running through noise ninja.....
Much nicer, indeed! Well done
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Hey thanks Bahadir, your good advice worked a treat!
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Old Apr 23, 2007, 1:17 PM   #19
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One of the nicest places to visit
Do you have any with the flowes in bloom, in the forest with ferns?
We were there in September and could only imagine. Kudo's for whoever was responsible for keep this area in trust. Very refreshing to find a pplace of sanity
I have a picture of a rainbow hitting across the water.... just off the village near the boat docks
Just google>images... and see some others, it would be a joy for most in the US to visit this treasure spot.
Hope to see more... and that fist pic.. wow
Just love this stuff
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