Gannet cruising above the cliffs at Bempton North Yorkshire

“Life is muddled by uncertainty and the future is impossible to predict”

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16/9/20 – New images added to several bird galleries.

Ruddy Shelduck at Ravensthorpe Reservoir Sept 2020

Lovely bright young Willow Warbler at Summer Leys Nature Reserve 17/7/20

Male Sparrowhawk that visited our urban garden in Northamptonshire july 2020

Puffin at Bempton Cliffs Yorkshire 

Read about the day here – Bempton Cliffs

Great Crested Grebe at Pitsford Reservoir finds a Perch.

female Blackcap at Storton’s GP Nature Reserve

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Common Buzzard flying over our garden

One of my favourite days out in 2019

Dungeness Part Two – Birds

Following on from my Visit to Dungeness Beach area I moved on to Dungeness Rspb Reserve. In the morning of the next day I visited Rye Harbour Nature Reserve.RSPB Dungeness Harrier Rye harbour...

Dungeness Kent

I was advised that I would enjoy Dungeness for its photographic opportunities and strangeness.  

I researched the area before visiting and writers often use colourful language to describe it, using words like dystopian, bleak, stark and wild.  I had looked at a variety of images of the area and therefore had a sort of preconception about it. 

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