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16 March 2015

Another cold day and it certainly doesn’t feel like spring. Any leaves that are left on the deciduous trees are brown and the ground is covered with dead leaves and on a cold day like this it is he dead brown ferns that are noticed. 319 more words

Blairs Loch

Black And White Challenge: Day 4 - Phlox?

Black And White Challenge: Day 4 – Phlox?

It’s very often the robins of RHS Wisley Gardens that play tour guide by perching on the signs, but I was lucky to capture this lovely little… 58 more words


The Dunnock

It took me awhile to learn to spot the Dunnock, they have the most wonderful grey colour in fact they look like they are all dressed in tweed. 26 more words


Birdsong at sunrise on St David's Day

My wife threw open our bedroom window to take a photo of the sunrise this morning, and let in the wonderful sound of the dawn chorus.   145 more words

Down Ampney

I Wish We Could Run Away

How do we define ‘LIFE’? A kiss of bliss or a wrathful gloominess! A gift of eternity or just a shackle to pinion the impeccant! Plainly, this debate has always been a hot potato for agile minds, because even the wittiest brains find it extremely difficult to reckon life incisively. 427 more words


Birding at la Plaine de Sorques

A short drive from the house where we stayed, on rue Renoult in the village of Bourron-Marlotte (near Fontainebleau, south of Paris), is the Plaine de Sorques… 615 more words

General Birding