A quick woosh through October

Butterflies becoming less apparent as the month goes on.
All these pics and more are on my Flickrlink


Wednesday the First of October 2014

Walked up to the doctors to book prescriptions. Went the long way round!

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2nd

Robin in thorn hedge.


3rd

Tiny pink flower – less than ½cm across – dunno what ’tis.


4th

Great crested grebe preening


5th

Common blue butterfly


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Friday 31st October 2014


Catching up, slowly!
Back soon with November


4 thoughts on “A quick woosh through October

  1. Love the Hunter’s moon – so called because the huntsmen can ride through the stubble fields more easily and the fox can be seen more easily against the the bare earth. Never seen a melanistic pheasant before – interesting. Thank you for the blog – bringing the outdoors in to me. I’ve spent far too much time indoors and in cars during 2014.

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    • Hope to be up to date by new year – didn’t know that about hunter’s moon – thought it was summat to do with there being minimum time ‘tween moonrises but your xplanation is betterer.

      Me also with the pheasant – had to google it.

      Outdoors? most (90%?) of the pics are within 1 mile of home and all are within 5 miles.

      You’ve got lots of countryside within a half hour drive of home I think – and Anglesey’s beautiful when you’re there.

      When Chris is recovered you’ll have to do some walking! (take a camera, if it’s only a phone cam, and put ’em on the net, why don’t you?)

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