Monthly Archives: July 2020
It’s been a very hot day, so I have barely been outside even to the garden. Much to my surprise though I found this single cyclamen flowering. Staying indoors I didn’t really find it all that hot, but something, perhaps … Continue reading
I really hate magpies. The noise they make really sets my nerves on edge, but they are also not very nice in other respects too. Generally I try to chase them off, though typically they come back within minutes, and … Continue reading
Another rose in the next door neighbours’ garden. The recent strong winds have done a lot of damage to my tomatoes – they have blown over and a lot of tomatoes fell off in the process. As those tomatoes were … Continue reading
This is in my next door neighbours’ garden, so I was able to photograph it from my own garden.
I had the ‘new camera’ deployed for most of the day but absolutely no birds came! It started to rain mid-afternoon, so I had to bring the camera in (the electronics are very exposed), and of course a number of … Continue reading
I’ve been busy with my ‘new camera’, so not much time to take photos, and also nothing very different to photograph at present.
Some preliminary software tests using the nature camera mounted on a servo driven pan and tilt head.It does work, but I need to refine the software controls.