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Nature Is Sometimes Noisy

It’s been a peculiar week for me – I’ve felt very adrift with the change in the weather. It’s as if I’ve been floating about on the water without a paddle, not knowing which way to go. 1,961 more words


Among the flocks of sparrows, the squabbling robins and blackbirds, the starlings and the various tits that regularly visit the bird table, there is usually a dunnock.  49 more words

Hopping Dunnock.

I think… I’m terrible with birds.


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 the 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