…but they are very photogenic.
Tuesday, 18 June 2013
Wednesday, 12 June 2013
Fine Feather Press had another grand day out. We went to West Wittering near Chichester. A lovely sandy beach with beautiful shells, cuttlefish bones, interesting seaweed and plenty of drizzle.
We picked up a lot of stuff which I should have cleaned properly last night. My studio smells very unpleasant this morning.
Here is some Sugar Kelp - wonderfully transparent and intestinal.
There were also several juvenile Pied Wagtails bobbing about in the sand after insects. They looked rather sodden, not unlike us.
Monday, 10 June 2013
Friday, 7 June 2013
Wednesday, 5 June 2013
Now is the time of year (albeit a tad later than normal) to see baby animals. It is almost impossible to see tree nesting birds as their nests are so well hidden by foliage. Water birds are easier to look out for. Over the last few days I've been lucky enough to see Canada geese chicks:
Egyptian geese chicks:
and I can only say I've been unfortunate enough to see a grey heron chick too - not very attractive. At least I was some distance away.