5th November 2014 – No REV but more photography and fell bagging trips…

Back to work after my 2 weeks off and a flippin’ Red-eyed Vireo turns up in Cumbria. Bah. Never mind, good job I’ve seen 3 in the UK and I don’t bother with a county list any more. Still, they’re proper smart birds and I would’ve like to have seen it. During my 2 weeks off the only ‘tempter’ was an Eastern Crowned Warbler in Cleveland but I saw the 2009 bird in County Durham so I decided to do some family stuff, fellwalking and photography instead… (click on pics for larger versions)…

Ashness Bridge

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Castle Crag

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High Crag, High Stile and Red Pike

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Helm Crag and Gibson Knott

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Blea Rigg and Silver How

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Hallin Fell

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Aira Force

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The Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway

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One Response to 5th November 2014 – No REV but more photography and fell bagging trips…

  1. fish3434 says:

    Hi Darren, could I have the following pictures please
    24 sept great gable Westmorland cairn
    16 sept greenish 2nd photo
    6 sept stone circle last photo
    31 aug derwent water 5th photo
    27 july baby woodpecker
    3 july little egret
    28 july willow warbler
    14 jan wax wing 1st photo
    regards
    Neil

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