Sunday, 27 March 2016

The weather passed.

And so I ventured out with Louise and the hound mid afternoon. Not much to report but the sun is coming out now in the early evening and the wind has died away to nothing.

In the evening a Goldcrest singing from the garden, that's never happened before.

Looking across the plough from the back of the house

Starling on next-door's weather vane

Five this afternoon on their way now

There were a pile of Pink-feet in the fields across the road.

A sure sign of spring, territorial Common Gulls

...and yellow time is beginning

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