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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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    A large dust devil or whirlwind on Chat Moss, Irlam, UK on 18th May 2010
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    He got fed up with hooligan kids chasing him around.
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    The view from my window this morning!

    © gulberwickweather.co.uk

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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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    The ski resort had just shut for the season when we got to Are. Only one hotel was left open and the pistes were patchy. The small resort is hosting the world championships next year in February and lots of building work was taking place to build a new railway station and shopping complex. In the foreground is the old railway station. Taken on the 3rd May 2006.
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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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    Taken on the E14 road near the Norwegian/Swedish border on the 1st May 2006.
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    Taken near Orkanger, about 50 miles west of Trondheim on the 27th April 2006.
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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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    ...with Great Asby in the background. May 9th 2005.
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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 is the view of the River Dee from Thurstaston Hill. Thurstaston Hill is completely made of Red Bunter Sandstone - commonly known as Thurstaston rocks.
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    Looking northwest towards Thurstaston beach. This is Heswall beach predominantly made by weathered Red Bunter Sandstone. Just on the beach there can be seen a few limestone pebbles - this is where the influence of Wales reaches Heswall.
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