I felt like I could lean over and touch it.
Tuesday, 31 May 2011
Monday, 30 May 2011
Sunday, 29 May 2011
Black-headed Gull (Lydney Gold Club)
Friday, 27 May 2011
Turnstone (Isle of Mull, Scotland)
And the last one I had photographed of the Isle of Mull. There were a few more, but they were bad focusing, and so I can't put them onto this blog.
Thursday, 26 May 2011
Small Blue Butterfly (The Marshes, Lydney)
Wednesday, 25 May 2011
Magpie (New Fancy, Forest of Dean)
Tuesday, 24 May 2011
Meadow Pipit (Isle of Mull, Scotland)
Monday, 23 May 2011
Great Northern Diver (Isle of Mull, Scotland)
I had to do it, it's not a very good, but it was the only Divers that I could get.
Sunday, 22 May 2011
Red-legged Partridge (Naas Lane, Lydney)
It was a funny old day, chuckle, one time it was bright and then it was raining, I think that what they call some showers. But, it was like a hurricane, well not really, there was quite a heavy wind blowing. From my pictures you can see it was windy, let's look at them............
Saturday, 21 May 2011
Reed Warbler (1st Lake, Harbour Road, Lydney)
Cloudy today, not the way they told us, (weather people). I don't trust them!!!!!!!
The government ought to pay us for the work that we do, photographs, writing and the little witticism. I felt bad when my friend Adrian, he has run out of money, he's got to stop. Bad government, I say.
Thursday, 19 May 2011
Red Deer (Isle of Mull, Scotland)
I have a few more, but I am a bit naughty, 'cause I will make you wait for the rest of them. Here are some more Red Deer.
Monday, 16 May 2011
Oystercatcher (Isle of Mull, Scotland)
Sunday, 15 May 2011
Grey Heron (Isle of Mull, Scotland)
They are so numerous in british lakes, ponds, rivers and by the sea, but, there was a load of them in Isle of Mull, standing together where they can easily catch their fish dinners.
Saturday, 14 May 2011
Friday, 13 May 2011
Canada Goslings (Canada Geese) Lydney, Boating Lake
Wednesday, 11 May 2011
Whimbrel (Isle of Mull, Scotland)
There in Scotland, Isle of Mull, was quite a load of Whimbrels, busily drilling for invertebrates, earth worms and small crabs, to mention just a few. It is one of my favourites.
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