In reply to HAZY:
That's a lovely photo Hazel
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Sunset over the Dee estuary yesterday …
3 Marsh Harriers (1m + 2f) were displaying their skills to the admiring audience.
There had also been long-distance fly-by's from 2 Hen Harriers (1 ring-tail + 1 male), an SEO and a Kestrel, so a v. good bird of prey count.
Sunrise on the 10-12-2018 across Pine Lake as I came out of my Lodge to go to Leighton Moss.
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In reply to Nigel O:
Lovely silhouetted photo with the sunset as the backdrop.
In reply to James:
Beautiful colours James.
I'm having withdrawal symptoms, just about every day has been cloudy or overcast, no sunrises or sunsets for over a month here!
Lovely photo James
Well, finally, there's been a bit of a break in the wall-to-wall cloud tonight, and I just had to rush out in the garden and capture the fast fading sunset.
For the observant among you, yes I do have a weather station in the garden.
After seeing the weather forecast tonight, it looks like another spell of wall-to-wall cloudy again....
Waiting for a possible murmuration at Leighton Moss
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