Monthly Archives: July 2019
I was treated to a visit to Ashwood Nurseries this morning, and had a wonderful time. Choosing some photos for here was a real problem – I even managed a cat photo!
On Saturday afternoon I had a wonderful view of a Lancaster(?) flying very low over the house, but I was completely unprepared for it and didn’t get a photo. On Sunday afternoon I was unprepared again, but when I … Continue reading
The church was open for the Black Country Weekend, though we didn’t have any visitors while I was there. However, this character was on display – one I’d not seen before.
The new cafe in the park has been open for a couple of days now, and I visited it both yesterday and today. While riding round the park I found 2 green woodpeckers feeding (on ants presumably) near the lily … Continue reading
My thanks to Phil G for lending me this fine cactus collection for today’s photo.
The mother duck with her offspring, all together in the open on the lily pond – the first time I’ve managed to capture them reasonably well as a group.