Nice to see the Dunnock sunbathing, or maybe it had been bathing, looks a little wet
Paying me a visit while out in the field, could be eyeing up Sue, she must look tempting from up there :-)
Caught my eye from upstairs window the other morning
Pee po, I see you, there were a pair in fact when I looked further, glad they are away from the guns.
Padding for it's breakfast
Haven't seen the Starlings lately so nice to spot a few on the front hedge
They didn't stay long, no murmuration these days, don't know where they are bedding down now.
The rainbow suddenly appeared yesterday, no wonder really as it has certainly chucked it down lately.
Nothing exciting but best I can do at the moment!!!
Lot to learn
(Pardon the Scottish Accent)
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