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Reeds reflecting in the water of a local nature reserve. Picture was taken a RSPB Old Moor in South Yorkshire England.

Reeds that are growing beside the river have now died off and seeding. This makes good feed for birds including Warblers and Buntings.

On my way to have my hair cut this afternoon I walked around Doctor's Pond in Great Dunmow. The light has been grey and uninspiring all day but the reeds to one…

Situated right at the heart of the Dearne Valley in South Yorkshire England, Old Moor is a wonderful place to  watch wildlife. The skies, fields and open water…

... I have never gone out with intent to photograph the fog before today. So, It was a learning experience. And, after absorbing the scene for a little while I…

Blown Reeds by Marshal Gebbie Winds blow, Reeds bend, Coriolis force Will lend Momentum To dispersed White seed Which, caste aloft, Doth spread And breed Young…

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