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A wonderful bright and sunny morning here, promising up to 18°, so hopefully will get out and about with the cameras today.
My lab and cat enjoying the sunshine!
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A couple of piccies taken in the garden just now.
You seem to have a wonderful garden, with a gorgeous view. I love the way that patch of sun light (it's still nearly dark here!) is just the right size for a Labrador!
Nothing exciting going on in my garden but this little chap stopped for a snack on my fence a moment ago - another good reason to keep the X10 by my side on EXR mode - no need to think - just grab and click
What a lovely visitor, we don't see them here . A glorious bright and sunny day here, around 20°, took myself down to the coast for some harbour images.
Still comparatively very mild in London. Lots of blue tits around and the usual gang of starlings. Something met its maker on the lawn this morning. Not sure what but there's a whole load of small white feathers around. I don't mind if it's a pigeon but I hope it's not one of my dove family. I haven't seen any blackbirds for ages. I'm wondering where they've got to.
Lovely finch StrayCat. It looks very festive with its lovely red bread and head.
Slowsong , here is one of the 8 in my garden. Taken through the glass of my kitchen window.
Nice catch Eric - now I think of it there's been a distinct lack of Blackbirds in my garden this year. I used to rely on them to pull up the moss between the patio slabs in search of grub and then all I had to do was sweep it up
There seems to be a distinct lack of all birds apart from robins in my garden, Even freshly made fatballs and fresh seed is ignored. Still finally most of the leaves have fallen so a good tidy up is possible.
Well anything could be happening in my garden during the week - I only go out there at the weekends. I expect the bears, wolves and mountain lions all hide behind the hedge at the weekends
A female with white feather in her tail, I call her cat yell.
I'm assuming, and hoping, that your spell checker made a bit of a hash of Cattyal If that is indeed the case then I'm flattered to have a Blackbird share the same name
Alison, she was indeed named after you, however because she makes so much noise when the local cats are about I used the other spelling.
Why would I name her after you, well she has a very fine set of legs for a Blackbird.
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