View of the Duddon estuary, from White Combe

Friday 11th October 2013, 11.50am (day 778)

Duddon estuary, 11/10/13

I have worked the last two Sundays and I’m working this coming Sunday too, so today I took the day off and made the most of a decent weather forecast. This is taken in the far south-west corner of the Lake District, looking southeast over the long estuary of the River Duddon, with the town of Barrow on the peninsula in the background. (More pictures from the day will be put on my other blog later.)

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5 thoughts on “View of the Duddon estuary, from White Combe

  1. I learn something new every day from the blogosphere. I as aware of Black Combe, but White Combe is a new name to me. Apparently one is visible from the other (in good light!)
    🙂 Sue

  2. […] Russia. But who knows for sure. That’s the fun of it. For what it’s worth I think that October 11th’s is my favourite single shot of 2013 (one of the UK ones, taken in Cumbria) — though there […]

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