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Not the best quality but had a fun 5 minutes watching this weasel yesterday on Blackamoor. Kept popping up on the path until I eventually was sussed.
In reply to Bob S:
Brilliant capture Bob, sounded cold up there in the wind and snow.
Lot to learn
In reply to gaynorsl:
Thanks Gaynor, was a tad nippy. A pic before I went up on the moors and then I got lost for 2 hours which wasn't the best time, even seeing the deer in the mist. A lesson to learn from.
lovely clip Bob and well done managing to keep up with the Weasel as it scurried across the ground, they are speedy lol The deer in the mist is lovely too. Does look rather chilly though ! Beautiful landscape pic.
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That is a gorgeous landscape pic Bob, not keen on the getting lost for two hour bit though:( We used to drag our forks through the sand if walking out on the beach in a fog years ago, you couldn't do that up there, staying home in the warm sounds a much better idea!
Lovely interlude today with two Robins in adjacent trees in quarry seeing who could sing the loudest ... shame there is so much extraneous noise on soundtrack (plus a bit rocky due to tripod head problems!)
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In reply to HAZY:
Thanks Hazel, mist put a downer on taking photos but a nice day out.
In reply to WendyBartter:
Great video Wendy, what a lovely sight having both Robins singing away so close to your house. I get two of them in the garden but they chase each other away and never stop to have any words!!
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