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D is for Daffodils, Daisies and Dunnocks

It wouldn’t be Spring without daffodils, they really cheer the place up! So last week I’ve been putting some back into pots ready for next year, and hoping the rest are going to come back up! 350 more words


Mixed day

Today’s guest picture was sent to me by my sister Mary.  She was visiting an old sewage pumping station (as one does) when she met this fine double rainbow. 687 more words


Sunday song cycle

Today’s guest picture shows that I was not the only one taking pictures in Marseille.  My sister Mary took this shot of L’Estaque from their boat as it headed back to Marseille. 596 more words


Blown off course

The guest picture of the day is another from Dropscone’s highland adventure.  He and his daughter visited the celebrated Smoo Cave which is near Durness in Sutherland. 791 more words


Little Hedge Sparrow

Of course this is also more commonly known as the Dunnock. This is a little juvenile who has been paying me a visit for the past few days. 54 more words

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Peacocks, birds and Painted Ladies

I could have added Red Admirals to the title, to make it a tale of Communist Naval Commanders dressing up to attract women of a certain sort. 405 more words

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Young Dunnock

Another young visitor who likes sunflower hearts. This is a juvenile Dunnock (Prunella modularis). It suddenly became quite excited when the sun came out and it ruffled all its feathers back as can be seen in the image above.

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