Mallards buggerin’ off
This robin seemed to intentionally pose for the camera.
Here he is again …
… and here’s a detail of his wing tip.
A rather larger flying thing than most I photograph.
A grebe flying down the lake.
It’s partner following
They pose well, these birds: this time a blackbird.
Some sort of tit. I have no idea what sort though. It was berrying in a hawthorn.
I’ve snapped this before but I think it’s worth a repeat.
When moorhens bugger off they often run on the water.
Frost on a dead leaf.
Robin still posing.
Passing by. Common as muck but beautiful.
Goosander pair buggerin’ off
Goosanders banking to turn
Going … going … gone!
Bird either a female blackbird or a thrush
Sky … tree.
Just for a change: A GREBE!
The grebe pair.
Breaking the ice. This workboat was slowly breaking the ice en route to the trent
Relaying the stones on Stret Lock
Went to Lincoln, see here for all the pictures.
There’s a few here after a couple of trees against the sky.
Chris’s son’s shop:
I was almost first in when the castle opened.
Like to get a picture of any photographer I see.
Cheese: bought a great lump of Stilton for £20.
This guy looked terrified on the roundabout.
Whatever’s on in Lincoln the Cathedral always takes pride of place.
Loads of folk in period costume.
“That’s a fair camera mate.”
“I know, smile!”
More next week.