Monday, 3 June 2013

Canal Walk


Thursday was a real summer day here - sunny, blue skies, just beautiful. I was on a day off, too, and if the car wasn't so problematical at the moment I am sure I would have gone to Farmleigh or the park. As it was, I had a lovely walk along the canal enjoying all the birdsong and greenery.

I don't think I've ever seen so many sparrows along there, as well as the usual chaffinches, tits, pigeons, blackbirds and robins. Down by the train station was a hen mallard with one single chick, and on the bank was another hen with an older brood of about five, no longer chick-like. And down at the marina was a swan with two very young cygnets.

Alkanet



Hawthorn
Moorhen
Sparrow








The holiday weekend has at last given me time to read the second chapter in my Elements book, so the next batch of Greek photos won't have crooked horizons!

(The current blog header is a photo from the Bois de Vincennes in Paris last June)

1 comment :

  1. Sabrina, what a gorgeous header. I don't think I've ever seen a peacock actually in a tree. Only strutting around. And the alkanet is such a lovely shade of blue. Looks like you had a wonderful stroll and the birds were all very cooperative.

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