Contents

Introduction to Sue’s words and pictures

Ephemeral

An outing to Acorn Bank

Garden survey 2015

Afloat

Easter weekend

Morning light

A garden in spring

Perpetual motion

Photographs of the landscape

Intricate mechanism

A is for Ajuga

Forces of Nature

B is for Bluebell

Enveloped

C is for Clematis

Broken

Talkin Tarn revisited

D is for Dandelion

On the Way (3 photos)

E is for Elephants’ Ears

Vivid (3 photos)

F is for Fern

Off-season

A coastal walk

Seven colours

A walk in the English Lake District

My seaside muse

Door prompt (4 photos)

A walk to the Bowder Stone

Symbol – treble clef

Flowers in the sunshine

Half and half (2 photos)

Myths about peonies

Close up (2 photos)

Inspiration (2 photos)

Beneath my feet (4 photos)

Creepy-crawly (2 photos)

An outing to Groombridge Place

A visit to William Wordsworth’s childhood home

A Good Day

A holiday in Kent

From every angle (4 photos)

Views of Furness Abbey

Carlisle Castle (3 views)

Connected

Visiting English Heritage sites – Furness Abbey

Badger

Ducks

Visiting English Heritage sites – Carlisle Castle

Trellis

Visiting English Heritage sites – Stott Park Bobbin Mill

Changing seasons

Visiting Wordsworth House in disguise

Boundaries (3 photos)

One of my happy places

Sunshine lifts the ordinary

Visiting English Heritage sites – Castlerigg stone circle

Be careful!

Visiting English Heritage sites – Lanercost Priory

A treat of a sweet

Sunset photo challenge

Ornamental adornments are ornate

Victory of a railway preservation group

Two Trios

A Turneresque sunset

Enigmatic Eye

We didn’t expect that!

Gathered by nature

Another favourite walk

2015 in review

Altogether now!

Telling the time

Weight for it

My puzzling kit

A walk at low tide

My optimism was rewarded

What I learned in January 2016

Vibrant colours

Trash photo challenge

The sun’s bedtime

Street art

More pictures from trains

Spring and summer flowers in February

What I learned in February 2016

Fascinated by nature

Out and about

Harmony in nature

A visit to Carlisle

A to Z theme reveal

The dancing waves

A to Z Challenge 2016

Landscape in the English Lake District

Flowers of the future

Waiting to be fed

Looking across the border

A walk from St Bees to Fleswick Bay

A familiar face

From Keswick to Grasmere #CumbriaIsOpen

A visit to Allan Bank, Grasmere

A disused platform

A visit to Cockermouth and Wordsworth House

Steam tains have numbers

A visit to Wray castle

Pure white

A cross-country trip by train

Curves galore

A walk from Scargill House

Dog walkers

A visit to Whitehaven

A foxed sheep

A walk at low tide

Inside and outside (3 photos)

The walled garden at Scargill House

A house guest’s details (more than 1 photo)

July garden colour

Bunny bonus

Low tide at St Bees

Narrow gaps

Spotlight on Whitehaven

Morning outlook

Beyond the centre of Carlisle

Fun with Lego

Keswick and Derwentwater

A rare skyscape

A Lego exhibition

A frame and through the frame

Another Lego exhibition

Whitehaven harbour reflections

Butterflies

Carlisle has the edge (2 photos)

Acorn Bank again

Spring and summer at Acorn Bank

Exploring Iona

A favourite walk at sunset

Steam from the past

A flower observed

Oban Bay

Travelling in Scotland

In my back yard

A trip to Mull

Swans in the harbour

A day trip to Iona

A Mottik model

Transmogrify: tree roots to fungus

Travelling to and through Mull

Chaos in the countryside

Coming back from Iona

Tiny sunbathers

Oban, Dunollie Castle and McCaig’s Tower

Autumn colours

A walk along Derwentwater to Keswick

A holiday walk

Hope Park, Keswick

How can we relax?

Fitz Park, Keswick

Snow on the horizon

Walking back along Derwentwater

Anticipating a spectacular floral display

Christmas wishes to all my readers

A former path

Seaside sunsets

A year by the Irish Sea

Street art

Signs of spring

Upcycled

Walking on the beach

Shadow selfie

Catching the wave

Photo of the month!

Surprised by the view

West Cumberland Railway Museum

A weather wish

Top of the spire

Spring greens

A walk on Mothering Sunday

How to be dense

A beautiful day for an outing

Security blankets and the like

A disappointing surprise

River Mersey and Earh Day

Carlisle Cathedral

Danger of drowning!

A wildflower walk

Reflections in Windermere

A day out in the Lake District (Part 1 Claife)

Literary Heritage

A day out in the Lake District (Part 2 To Sawrey)

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