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THE EARLY BIRD

It’s bank holiday Monday here in the U.K. and an extra day off work , or in my case an extra day still in lockdown. However for once I listened to my wife , “ get up early , the gardens really busy with wildlife first thing “ So it’s five o’clock in the morning , camera all set up and a steaming hot cup of tea , freshly made . Where’s the wildlife , having a bank holiday lazy late morning in bed !

the early bird does indeed get the worm

and the squirrels had it’s nuts


THE RABBIT

Roger the Rabbit , Oryctolagus cuniculus The Rabbit has a special relationship with us humans in the U.K. The introduced spices crosses many boundaries, it’s a loved domestic pet , cute wild animal , a commonly used food source , agricultural pest and is woven throughout our culture and folklore. Where would the modern day […]

THURSDAY AT THE MEADOW

Thursday at the Meadow Finally, it’s a long awaited and anticipated return to wildlife photography at the Meadow Hide with my cameras at the ready and fully charged for the first time in nearly three weeks ! And it feels good , real good. Yesterdays work at the Meadow with the strimmer and grass cutter […]

SCARY BOX ?

One of our foxy visitors wants the hog food , but the box is so scary……

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  1. Beautiful shots! Completely worth the effort to greet the morning that early! I find it truly rewarding to take the time to observe all the wildlife in their own world and being completely oblivious to our Human troubles and worries in this strange time we are going through. The LIFE they represent is contagious and uplifting. Thank you for sharing this visual injection of joy.

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