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Rock Carvings, Coombs Wood Armathwaite in the soft red sandstone cliffs

Rock Carvings, Coombs Wood Armathwaite in the soft red sandstone cliffs

Rock Carvings, Coombs Wood near Armathwaite in the soft red sandstone cliffs.

Rock carvings along the River Eden at Armathwaite, Cumbria.

Long Meg and Her Daughters (also known as Maughanby Circle) - LIttle Salkeld, Cumbria, England;  consists of 59 stones (of which 27 remain upright) set in an lopsided circle about 328 - 350 feet across;  it is thought that the circle originally consisted of 70 stones;  Long Meg is the tallest – a 12 foot tall red sandstone monolith standing about 60 feet outside the circle

Long Meg and her Daughters, Eden Valley, Cumbria by Simon Ledingham, via Geograph

Rainbow over Gamblesby, Penrith, Cumbria. April 2014.

Rainbow over Gamblesby, Penrith, Cumbria. April Photo by HJS.

Dora's Field, Rydal, Cumbria. The Rash field, next to the churchyard of St Mary's Church at Rydal, was bought by Wordsworth originally to build a house, while he lived at Rydal Mount [from 1813 to 1850]. The house never materialised.  After his daughter Dora died in 1847, William went down to the field between Rydal Mount and the main road, and together with his wife, sister and gardener, planted hundreds of daffodils as a memorial to Dora.

Dora’s Field – Rydal Location : Rydal Village – Grid Reference: NY 365062 The Rash field, next to the churchyard of St Mary’s Church at Rydal, was bought by Wordsworth originally to build a house, while he lived at Rydal Mount [from 1813 to.

Eden Valley from Brougham Castle, near Penrith, Cumbria.    http://www.visiteden.co.uk/explore-eden/the-eden-valley

Eden Valley from Brougham Castle, Cumbria

Haweswater Reservoir last year when it was low water. The sunken village of Mardale was slowly emerging from the deep.................

Haweswater Reservoir last year when it was low water. The sunken village of Mardale was slowly emerging from the deep.

Dufton Pike as leaving Dufton village on the lane to Knock,

Dufton Pike as leaving Dufton village on the lane to Knock,

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