Everything has it's beauty, but not everyone sees it. - Confucius
Sometimes the picture doesn't have to be perfect; it's the captured moment that counts. - me
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Monday, 14 October 2013

Another post



Had some bother with the computer the last few days. Downloaded some stuff, wasn't happy with it, so decided to do a system restore. Oooops! Computer decided it wouldn't play fair, and sent me all sorts of silly error messages. Enough to drive a man to drink.
I persevered, and got it sorted; hopefully. Then I decided it would be best to back up all my files/pictures. I do a back up every couple of months usually, so it was about due.
I decided I'd do the whole lot again though.
Not a quick job.



Anyway, apart from all that, and a few other problems around the house and family crap, I'm almost there.
I was sorting through some un-edited pictures going back to June, so I thought I'd use them for this post, before they went off.




If ya got this far, then ya deserve a couple of pictures.






A nice little plant I haven't got round to ID'ing yet. Growing on the shore at Cley, in June.







This one I have got an ID for; Sea Campion, growing on the same shore.








A juvenile Avocet








A protective adult Avocet, fending off a Shelduck.









An even more protective Avocet, chasing off a Marsh Harrier.









Shelduck




and last one





Swallow. Hopefully these have all had a safe journey back to Africa by now.



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Finally, I'm going to plug a young mans blog. His name is Findlay Wilde, and he's 11 years old. He had some music homework from school to do, and decided on doing this.

Remember his name; we'll be hearing a a lot more from this young man in the future.





Enjoy the rest of your week.



Saturday, 5 October 2013

Back home



A couple of birds to start with




Meadow Pipit







Treecreeper




A couple of days before I left Wales, I visited somewhere I'd not been to before; Borth-Y-Gest. A small village, just south of Porthmadog. The coastal path through the sand dunes, and steps down to the beach, reveals some stunning scenery. Lots of little sandy coves. A truly beautiful area, and one worth visiting again.












It certainly got my heart pumping climbing some of the steps and dunes; but well worth it.



Enjoy your weekend.