You’ve been out and about this week and here are some of the photos you’ve taken. If you’d like to submit a picture we can publish online and in the Cumberland & Westmorland Herald, email them to
Ken Ormonde submitted this photo of a red squirrel enjoying a feast of nuts from the bird feeder in his garden at Kirkby Stephen.
Maize Beck bridge at High Cup Nick stands out against dramatic rock structures in this super photo taken by Simon Cove.
The path alongside Brotherswater draws the eye in this shot by Glen Morton, of Penrith.
A curious beast takes a peek into a garden at Barras, in this shot by Carol Nicholson.
A dog is enjoying itself among bluebells at Flakebridge Woods in this photo taken by Alasdair Wilson, of Sandford.
Yellow blooms decorate the fields in this photo by Hazel Deighton, of Bleatarn.
Native ponies graze in the evening light at the top of Great Mell Fell in this stunning image sent in by Kate Jackson.
John Shepley, of Penrith, took this lovely photo while “wandering around Mayburgh Henge”.
Twin curricks on Bonscale Pike overlook Ullswater and Hallin Fell in this image taken by John Maden.
Askham-based Fine Light images submitted this atmospheric photo of Lowther Castle through an avenue of trees.
On a walk from Coatflatt to Orton this photo was taken by 12-year-old Bicci Clark, a pupil of Kirkby Stephen Grammar School.
Tony Reed, of Pooley Bridge, spotted this robin checking its reflection in the bird bath in his garden.
Sparrows are gathered in their masses in this lovely sociable shot by Rob Young, of Penrith.
Lowther viaduct towers over the road below in this photo taken by George Dudson, of Penrith.
Some of John Findlay’s pure-bred Normande cattle busy converting grass to milk.