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There are several robins who hang around the lakeside at Hatfield Forest but they were feeling shy when I last took my camera out to photograph them. With fewer…

[228-365] 17th. March 2021- I thought I would use this opportunity to take the tidal road to Goodshelter because the far end where it reaches East Portlemouth…

[199-365] 16th. February 2021- This is the local High Street and me trying to find something interesting and different to photograph on my daily walk. Several…

It's coming up on Valentine's weekend, so here's a theme-related blog. Storks are monogamous but do not mate for life. The white stork is a large bird. It has…

[162-365] 10th. January 2021- When not walking in the creek itself, because the tide is coming in, we can walk along the creek path which follows the fields…

Been a while since I was out and about. Two 'camera walks' this week, to make up for the lack of photography in recent weeks. The first couple of pictures are…

Spent the afternoon and evening yesterday exploring the birder's paradise that is Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge in Ohio. My favorite part was the 7- or 8-mile…

Back in April, we had two amorous swans on the creek but it doesn't look like we are getting any signets this year.

[082/365] Day 82 of my 365 Photo Challenge. Although I was very busy at work this week, I managed to keep up my 365 Photo Challenge. Besides, I was asked at…

Water birds are often attractive in their own right but water may add as much or even more to a picture in terms of reflections and movement which make an…
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