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More concerted action

Today’s guest picture comes from our daughter Annie, who has been out shooting night street scenes in Macao while working at the film festival there. 538 more words


Jupiter Pluvius having a laugh

Today’s guest picture comes from my Manitoba correspondent, Mary Jo.  I think she must have been away from home when she took this picture.  She tells me, “It shows the  Red Deer River Valley in Saskatchewan, taken at about 3000 feet above ground from our wee Piper Cherokee 140”. 677 more words


Crystal clear

Today’s guest picture is another from Mike Griffiths’ visit to Stratford-upon-Avon.  This is Cox’s Yard, once a timber merchant’s place of business and now a high class eatery. 635 more words



The dunnock, a rather undistinguished little brown job, is quite common in the UK, so little remarked upon.

In my youth it was called a hedge sparrow, and this term is still sometimes used. 45 more words

Natural World

The Young’uns at Forest Farm

I hadn’t been to Forest Farm for a while but, when I heard some rather nice fungi had been found, I was there like a shot (more on that tomorrow). 53 more words


Photo Profile Update: Morgana – Dunnock Bird

Photo of the Dunnock bird; A infrequent visitor which is lovely to watch and has gorgeous texture-loves to creep around flower beds & hedges. Great texture as always, a stunner. 184 more words