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    Amazing scenes Good Friday!

    © craighirstphotography

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    Young seal enjoying the Spring sunshine at the seal sanctuary at Gweek
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    Easter Sunday is held the first Sunday after the first full moon following the spring equinox.

    © Kevin Bradshaw

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    Cumulus and Cirrus over Portreath on this fine Spring morning
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    A stunning Spring morning yesterday at Hayle
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    Bluebells in the local woods this morning
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    Haven't seen much sun over the last few days but it made a fleeting appearance last evening
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    The gulls taking shelter on Gull Rock on a very windy morning at Portreath
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    A rarity at the moment but last Tuesday was a cracking Spring morning. I took the opportunity of walking the path that runs down the side of the valley to the Tehidy Country Park that is a couple of miles north of Camborne. The north cliffs are on the left.
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    A large dust devil or whirlwind on Chat Moss, Irlam, UK on 18th May 2010
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    captured last weekend
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    Looking southwards towards Areskutan from near Husa. The north slope of Areskutan is littered with ski runs. Taken 2nd May 2006.
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    Apparently the Igloo had or has ice sculptures in it, which you had to pay £10 to go in and see.
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    Snasahogarna, one of several isolated mountains that protrude from an upland plateau in western central Sweden not far from the border. Taken late afternoon 1st of May 2006. It was getting a bit chilly when I took this.
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    One of several Stevenson Screens at the meterological observation station just inside the Swedish border. Taken 1st May 2006.
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    Taken on the E14 road near the Norwegian/Swedish border on the 1st May 2006.
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    The Ice was disappearing fast this day. Taken 30th April 2006.
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    Taken near Orkanger, about 50 miles west of Trondheim on the 27th April 2006.
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    Low-level rainbow as the shower clears...

    © &copy

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    take a look at this thing i took a digi shot of out my back window facing south towards aberdeen.
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    For the simple amongst you, this is a picture of frost, taken in May 2005.
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    finally Heswall, and Poll Hill, the highest point in the Wirral at 108m above sea level. This is Poll Hil woods. Finally home and capped off a good day all around - and why this is a unique coastal area is unravelled.
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    This was a view over Thurstaston Hills, could resist taking it, typical countryside which is unique to this part of the Wirral. The Hills are about 70m above sea level.
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    This is the view over to Hilbre Island from West Kirby nothing by beach for 2 miles. As can be seen, many people are enjoying temperatures of about 16°C It was very summer like indeed. I decided I would walk back through the roads rather than the beach.
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    Once West Kirby had been reached, I decided to take a picture of West Kirby Marine Lake looking over towards Hilbre Island. The was taken on West Kirby Promenade.
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    This is a view of Thurstaston Shore House looking out onto the River Dee again. Thurstaston has the largest expanse of beach in West Wirral with red sands (from the sandstone)
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    Looking out from Heswall Shore again out towards the haze on North Wales. There are a few VERY salt tolerant trees, I was very surprised to see trees, because it could almost be a dune system. Again Marshland is disappearing, being replaced more by sand.
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