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Wednesday, 4 August 2010

Just a quickie..........

Just a quick, short post today. I’ve a cardiac clinic meeting later, an interview for another job, at work……something a bit easier, and after that, a sick meeting, (rather ironically), to see how I’m doing, and when I’m coming back to work.
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So let’s kick off with this one……..
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It was just the Robin on the sign that caught my eye. Like he’s thinking, ‘where’s the songbird sign then?
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And a sign that autumn isn’t very far away………
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Seeds of the Horse Chestnut; or ‘conkers’
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A really pretty day flying moth
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Pyrausta aurata. Not sure if it has a common name.
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This next one does,
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A Common Blue Damselfly
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And to finish on, another commoner…..
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Common Blue butterfly.
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Catch up with you all later.
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17 comments:

  1. The blue damselfly is my favourite. I hope so with good news you come back to the clinic.

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  2. Great shot of the Robin Keith. Perhaps he is the "Duty" songbird for the day and they all take it in turns to perch there. That damselfly is definitely giving you the eye.

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  3. Thanks Adrian. Just got a call from the doctors; they want to see me again this afternoon. Hmmmm.

    Thank you Kozma. Seems I'll know a bit more later lol

    Thank you Roy. Couldn't resist that Robin :)

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  4. You always make my day, Keith. Something about all of our feathered and winged friends just seem to be calming....that is, unless it's a screaming crow. They even have their good side.
    Best of your day with the check-up. Bill has his eyes checked again today...will pray for both of you.
    BlessYourHeart

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  5. Good luck Keith. I love that Robin.

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  6. I hope everything is okay and things go well at your appointment.

    It always amazes me how some people can get such wonderful photos of flying insects such as dragonflies or butterflies. They never stay still for me...lol

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  7. Great shots, hang in there I'll be watching for the next post :)

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  8. hope your meetings went well. the photos are great.

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  9. Best wishes for all those appointments. I really like the opening shot in this post.

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  10. Great serie, the last one is outstanding! It is very nicely composed, and the non traditionnal cropping is really effective ;)

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  11. Thank you for your comments Dar.
    Hope Bills news is good.

    Thanks David. A bit of a hectic day in the end lol

    Thank you Bob.
    Robins always brighten a day, don’t they. :)

    SeaPrayer, thank you. The day was memorable. lol

    Thanks Dale.
    Next post done ;)

    Ginger, thank you. An interesting day lol

    JoLynne, thanks for your comments and wishes.

    Thank you Dominic. Appreciate your comments, as always.

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  12. Well I started at the later post and then here sort of going back in time...Hope you are home now...That Damsel is the best Ive ever seen..amazing close up!!

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  13. Thanks for your comment Dixxe :)

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  14. Starting to get that Autumnal feel again especially with your pics. Red robin, conkers and the mothy thingamajig

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  15. It won't be long, will it Debbie. The year is flying past.

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