A Quiet Day

A Quiet Day - Greylag Geese in Flight


After putting in a 60 hour stint at work over the last 5 days I was in desperate need of a recharge, and as I've said in the past nature is my recharge point, so it was that I headed out onto a beautifully sunny patch to explore what wonders the recent rains and strong winds may have bought my way.

I'm afraid this is only going to be a short post as to be honest with you, there wasn't very much about  to talk about, and the heavy work schedule has left me a little slow when it comes to the writing of superlatives. But there are plenty of older posts you might enjoy reading, why not have a look at Herons in the Sun or A Game of Two Halves or Glad to be Alive three very different posts about some different times of the year, in the mean time.

A Quiet Day


In fact I'm just going top post up the days pictures for you and let them do my talking today. Hopefully blogging will be back to normal service later in the week.

Long-Tailed Tit
Long-Tailed Tit

Not a great photo but a patch year tick - Shelduck
Not a great photo but a patch year tick - Shelduck

A Charm of Goldfinch
A Charm of Goldfinch

Goldfinch feeding
Goldfinch feeding

Goldfinch
Goldfinch

Another Goldfinch on Teasels
Another Goldfinch on Teasels 

Cormorant in Flight
Cormorant in Flight

A closer cormorant in flight
A closer cormorant in flight

Kestrel
In my never ending quest for a really good Kestrel photo this one was tantalisingly too far away really.

Kestrel fly by
Kestrel fly by

Thanks for stopping by today and once again sorry for the lack of poetry in my words.

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