Monday, 1 August 2011

In and out of the gulls

On the patch the House Martins are hawking insects , and weaving in and out of the Gulls
As I said in an earlier post the patch is pretty quiet , apart from a few Swifts , Swallows and House Martins, Most people are keeping away from the Flash as the place is heaving with gypos.


         Went over to Keswick yesterday and spent the day on the Isthmus with Les. The day was overcast, so not a lot moving about.

A pair of Blue Damselfly doing their bit in the continuity of their species.
 I was surprised there was anything about, because as well as being overcast, there was a stiff breeze blowing off the lake. At one point there was a good flyby of Greylags, but at that point I had already put the camera in the car and was preparing to leave.

Drone-fly on Ragwort

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