Talacre Dunes

Another post, using the new theme and the WordPress servers to host the photographs. Most comments said everything was OK but “It’s Just A Theory” reported having problems displaying the photographs. So could you please check and let me know if the images are displaying with the post and that you don’t have to click... Continue Reading →

Wild Bird Photography–What A Malarkey

I’ve come to the conclusion that wild bird photography is not for me. Standing around or sitting in a cold hide waiting for something special to land on a branch long enough that you can photograph it. Take yesterday for instance. A bright sunny day, not much wind, perfect for a bit of bird photography.... Continue Reading →

Weekly Photo Challenge: Unexpected

Friday was a beautiful autumnal day. Blue skies, some wispy clouds, a warming sun, perfect for photography and so I decided to take a little trip into the Conwy Valley. Now in our little part of North Wales we are sometimes afflicted by unpredictable weather, especially during the winter time. It can be sunny on... Continue Reading →

52/2013 Week 47

Five weeks to go until the end of the challenge and I’ve managed to keep on track throughout. Amazing. This week I bring you the “Winter Warrior” a Robin who visits my garden in late Autumn and stays until early Spring. The Robin is probably the UK's most favourite bird. They might look cute, yet... Continue Reading →

The Spinnies–Revisited

The Spinnies, Aberogwen is one of the North Wales Wildlife Trust’s most popular reserves. Set amid a small woodland, a series of ponds and a lagoon provide shelter and food for many species of wildfowl and waders during the autumn and spring migrations. The reserve is immediately adjacent to the estuary of the Afon Ogwen... Continue Reading →

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