Woke up early this morning to the sound of geese flying overhead. The sun rise was giving out a slight red glow and the geese were arriving back to the lake from there over night roost. Without thinking I grabbed the camera opened up the back doors and wearing no more then a short nighty proceeded to take several photos. Then as I was about to go inside I became aware of a fisherman staring opened mouth at this apparition no more then 6 feet away!!! Talk about making a hasty retreat. Most embarrassing!!!
Instead of going back to bed I went for a walk and first thing to see was rabbit posing for me at exactly the same place as yesterdays rabbit and this Robin was singing his heart out greeting the dawn.
The early morning is great for seeing the wildlife, before the walkers and cyclist appear.
|Great vantage point for these Comorants. Tree is on an island in the middle of the lake.|
Wish Comerants could read signs!
|Message for our Polish friends.|
|Sorry about the poor photo but just look at the size of that fish!|
|Could be a Dab Chick|
|Looks bad but an RSPB Inspector came to have a look this morning and confirmed she wasn't in and pain. She also has 5 cygnets with her. He said it was possibly a condition called Angel Wing|
|Phallic symbol perhaps?|
|Grebe and chick|
This afternoon has been a mixture of sunshine, wind and squally showers. I pity Nev having to travel in this. Nb Percy came past early afternoon just before the showers hit us.