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The weather’s been a little milder this week, so I took the opportunity to spend some time in the garden this afternoon. My aim was to photograph the local bird…

After an exceptionally busy few weeks I finally enjoyed a very welcome day off today. I spent some time simply sitting in the garden this morning, watching the…

As I worked in the garden this afternoon our bird feeding station was a hive of activity. The bluetits were working overtime to keep their young brood fed in…

When I woke this morning the person in the neighbouring room was snoring loudly so I figured I may as well get up and go for a stroll around the gardens at West…

The males live up to their name but, confusingly, females are brown often with spots and streaks on their breasts. The bright orange-yellow beak and eye-ring…

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If you're viewing my blog on a Mac or iOS device and can't see the images please visit my website here where I have created a duplicate blog until the bug…

Quite a variety of birds are coming to feed in the garden where we have several feeders well stocked for them. In addition to those featured in the photographs…

Today I was getting the feel back of my old Panasonic FZ45, there my Fuji is in the shop for a sensorproblem. For me this was the best shot of the day, I like…

A few days tidying up the garden and then the cold weather blows in again, but its great to see the snowdrops and other bulbs pushing through.  Galanthus…

My husband Bob was a Naval aviator, so when we travel, we often go to museums with an airplane theme.  Some you may have heard of ( Smithsonian National Air and…

Just over two years ago we had some landscaping work done to turn our bland patch of grass into something with a little more shape and some …

One of the things that struck me while staying at our hotel near Harrogate over the weekend was the sheer quantity and variety of song we heard from the birds…

A Blackbird Singing a poem by R. S. Thomas It seems wrong that out of this bird, Black, bold, a suggestion of dark Places about it, there yet should come Such…

Blackbird singing in the dead of night Take these broken wings and learn to fly All your life You were only waiting for this moment to arise (the beatles, 1967)
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