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Tag Archives: British Birds
Here’s how it works: Every Wednesday I post a photo (this week it’s that one above.) You respond with something CREATIVE Here are some suggestions: An answering photo A cartoon A joke A caption An anecdote A short story (flash … Continue reading
7th February is still early to find much by way of spring colour. But we found some. Enjoy… Hope you enjoyed. I’ve something different for you next week
Photos from our walk on Thursday 27th January. The day started overcast, so apologies if the photos don’t sparkle. The blackbird, nature’s alarm clock… And the mallard, nature’s mocker, for their quack sure does sound like mocking laughter The shy … Continue reading
Details from Thursday’s walk… Part One Butterbur. I’ve never seen it in flower this early. We passed it on the way back. Baked in the sun all day, it smelled divine! It’s probably a cherry… but again, flowering very early … Continue reading
Blue Skies, another title from the list Maria Antonia has given us for #2022picoftheweek
Assorted photos taken on our walk from Great Yarmouth to Burgh Castle 9th December. Enjoy. Reeds… to set the scene Love this little fella Grey heron acting the lifeguard for a group of widgeon Greylag… bobbing around Oops! I wonder … Continue reading
The Wood Pigeon more often perches on hedgerow trees and in woodland. Here it’s perching on my fence (photo taken through my window). On the Fence, another title achieved from the list provided for #2021picoftheweek by Maria Antonia.
4th October we head to Lound Lake. We’ve skirted it on previous visits to the area. This time we’re to walk through the nature reserve. What will we see? But first we’ve a 2 mile walk from the bus stop … Continue reading
This buzzard that circled and soared above us certainly qualifies for In The Air, another title achieved from the list provided for #2021picoftheweek provided by Maria Antonia.