The Dee Estuary

The Dee Estuary, on the North Wales / North-West England border, is one of the United Kingdom's premier birding locations for wetland and shorebirds. But I wasn’t there primarily for birds, although they do feature in this blog, mainly because you can’t miss seeing them if you visit the estuary. According to the Dee Estuary... Continue Reading →

52/2013 Week 48

This week I was on the Dee Estuary, English side. The River Dee flows through the estuary, which at it’s widest point is several miles wide. The estuary opens into Liverpool Bay and forms the boundary between the Wirral Peninsula in north-west England and Flintshire in north-east Wales. The estuary is a major wildlife area... Continue Reading →

Weekly Photo Challenge: My Neighbourhood

You’ll notice I’ve called it the Weekly Photo Challenge. Quite simple really. I don’t possess a smart phone nor do I intend to, ever. Before I moved to this beautiful part of the country I worked for a major telecoms company. Every waking moment was governed by my mobile phone. Emails, conference calls, business calls,... Continue Reading →

52/2013 Week 6

You have a knack of making the North Wales coast look special Mike, coastal shots are one of my favourite subjects, I really like the tones in this shot and the texture of the wood, great image. What a great quote I just received on Flickr for my 52/2013 Week 6 photograph. On reflection, a... Continue Reading →

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