Not managed to take much recently, haven’t ventured further than my local lake for a while, and the return to work looms; so maybe not much from the local soon either.
So, a few pictures that got missed when I took them a little while ago; some even go back to September.
A Chaffinch, from Stockgrove Country Park. I must try and get back there soon.
A dandelion seed head, and a stalk of grass.
Manx Loghtan sheep in thoughtful mode. Well, he might not be thinking much, maybe what he’ll eat next. There are a few of these at RSPB Sandy reserve. Somewhere else I’d like to go back to soon.
Interesting snippet; they almost died out in the 1950's, but now there are many thriving flocks across the British Isles.
A Dunnock on a fence. Probably the ultimate LBJ.
Incoming! Female Mallard coming to see if I had more than a camera.
Canada Geese are just as curious too.
And I’ll finish on probably the most belligerent of all waterfowl species,
a Coot attacking a Wigeon for no other reason than it was there.
Hope the rest of your week is peaceful.