Lot to learn
Inspired by Hazel’s wonderful images of Stonechats by the coast, I headed to The Malverns, a place at which they tend to be located at most times of the year. It was great to see so many, and at various stages of plumage
In reply to gaynorsl:
In reply to Germain:
Ooooo, I managed to get a shot of the lightening yesterday
It was a pretty dramatic hour or two
A brilliant shot, and not easy to do, for you never know where the lightning is going to show.
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A juvenile Robin I didn't know was in my garden ... chance capture on external security-type cam that I'm trialling for recording baby hoggies
2013 photos & vids here
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In reply to WendyBartter:
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
In reply to Dave - CH:
There's a puddle just out of shot, and she doesn't want to get her skirt wet wading through it.... and they're not "my" emojis.... in fact, I rarely use them
A few from the weekend in the local valley/moors. Closest I've been to a wild red deer stag, staring at me from amongst the trees in the Peaks. Soon be approaching that time of year so won't be getting that close then even though I never even noticed him at first..
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