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  1. Great reflections. Glad to see you back. Where is Lake Windemere other than in England's Lake District

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  2. Well these last two shots have certainly made my heart sing .... sitting here in 45*c heat I need all the water pics I can find. Lake Windermere is a real treasure and for captures on the run they are superb.

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  3. When I hear the temperatures down south is makes me glad I live in the mountains. We think anything over 30 is hot

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  4. Cool and calm. What the local wildlife would give for a slice of that now. Poor birds are zonked out, beaks open, waiting for the cool change expected tomorrow.

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    1. We were out that today. It was 38 and I notice the dams are beginning to dry up. I hope you got your cool change. I think ours is still a few days away.

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