Monthly Archives: November 2018

Sun light

Very welcome after 3 days of dreary, wet and sometimes windy weather.

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Kingfisher

I’ve been lucky enough to see a few kingfishers (the highlight one was the dive into the water and emerging with a fish, at Bradford on Avon, while with Bawtrees, who lived there for a while, but no chance of … Continue reading

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Winter colour

 

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Fallen leaves

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Second cyclamen

Should be in full flower soon.

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First cyclamen

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Frosty morning

Also quite misty, though it had cleared a bit when I took the first photo. The second was taken with my new long lens, but the light and visibility were poor, and the feeders are really too far away, so … Continue reading

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Not original

This house was built long after the rest of the houses in the street, and perhaps was only allowed because the original owner was, as I recall, the Town Clerk! But it still looks great now, though I’not so sure … Continue reading

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Long lens

With winter coming, and my lack of mobility, I decided to buy a new long lens to make it easier to photograph the birds on the feeders from the house. This is a 100-400mm on APS, and with the 1.4x … Continue reading

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Model railway

Not feeling too well today, so I’m having to use another photo of the model railway.

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