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Lockdown means more garden bird watching while doing the accounts
Lovely clear watercolours Seymouraves
Flickr Peak Rambler
These are in the garden- but the foods nearly all gone- til October
well lockdown may have got less tight so its back to work in about 2 weeks apparently - better finish off the current crop of watercolours :
Went out beyond the village yesterday morning - hardly saw anybody but added another 23 species - including Sand Martins and Chiffchaff. So only 7 to go to make the century-
Still haven't seen a Greenfinch or a Dunlin or a Nuthatch this year.
Possibly the last few before back to work-
In reply to seymouraves:
It's got a spring Med feel to it
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Does that mean no more watercolours!
Seriously, I've enjoyed seeing your watercolours, and I appreciate the hard work that goes in to them. Definitely not something I have the patience for, let alone the skills.
I hope all goes smoothly on your return to work.
It's the fens!
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