In reply to HAZY:
Hazel, Love the Jay!
Referring back to my query on the last page of the original Bottoms Up thread--thanks Clare, Wendy and TJ. (The little grey cells are ageing so thanks!) My only previous exposure to 'TTT' is a poem by Piet Hein: Entitled 'T.T.T.', the translation from the Danish was published as:
Put up in a place
where it's easy to see
the cryptic admonishment
When you feel how depressingly
slowly you climb,
it's well to remember that
Things Take Time.
Kind regards, Ann
In reply to Gardenbirder:
That's really good, Ann - thanks for sharing it!
Our herring gulls are red listed birds. Think about that the next time you hear some flaming idiot calling for a cull of them.
In reply to Clare:
Sadly I don’t get to see any Jay's here :(
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In reply to James:
I snapped this gorgeous reed bunting at Dungeness back in April:
I have one very similar to yours, Clare.
They're lovely little birds. I don't see them very often and I get nice shots of them even less often!
Same here, you just have to be lucky on the day :)
Gorgeous?? :-) The picture you posted of a Sedge Warbler in Dungeness IS absolutely gorgeous & I love it.
In reply to edgebander:
Thank you! I'm pleased you like it. I was delighted to have some nice shots of something........I took more than 300 photos on the day and very few weren't blurred.
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