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“I see myself as a huge fiery comet, a shooting star.
Everyone stops, points up and gasps “Oh look at that!”
Then- whoosh, and I’m gone…
and they’ll never see anything like it ever again…
and they won’t be able to forget me- ever.”

― Jim Morrison

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A winter visitor from the East. Redwing.

A Cetti’s warbler at Summer Leys NR

Robin in Harlestone Firs

Whooper Swans at Summer Leys NR

Chiff Chaff at Summer Leys NR 

The Blades flying over Summer Leys NR

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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