High Hows

DATE : 18th November 2005

High Howes from The Green at Lamplugh

High Howes again from the Felldyke to Cogra Moss track

At the dam of Cogra Moss

Sharp Knott & Blake Fell reflected by the waters of Cogra Moss

Further along the western bank there are no reflections due to the frozen waters

A broken pier leads to a small island with Low Pen in the background

To the south side of Cogra Moss is Knock Murton blocking out the sunshine

The noisy wildlife on Cogra Moss

The north western view from High Howes

Close up of Lamplugh with the Workington windfarm in the background

In the distance across the Solway Firth is Criffel in Scotland

Sharp Knott & Blake Fell from High Howes

Panning left are Owsen Fell & Burnbank Fell

View back on the route taken to High Howes summit

The frozen western bank of Cogra Moss

The steep outflow of Cogra Moss