A little consternation started the day right outside our door
still showing well into daylight.
It's an Orangy sky, always it's some other guy.
The overnight temperature had been just -4°C which did deter us from flashing up the Moth Traps, but on the plus side hopes were high that the conditions may very well attract more Birds!
Not alone in that the Berry Bushes at the Manor Car Park
ably assisted by a single
A little further along the Southern Bridleway
A glance across the adjacent field took in the clump of bare
there which always put on a good show in late Spring as the last of the
Common Woodlanders to burst into Leaf!
Time to head north where the now confirmed 'pair of most unobliging
have followed suit with their pals around the corner at the Gravel Pit by having built a nest
and where along with another, or the same, gaggle of Canada Geese were entertaining
as a pair.
along with a single
while across the full expanse Heath, Moors River and the Sewerage Works
Regaurdless of the above the day was surely contender for the
Best Day of the Season
thus far with the temperature just kissing, and holding on to double figures to accompany
Wall to Wall Sunshine!
"now, where them there Moth Traps"?
Substitution, mass confusion, clouds inside your head
Involving all my energies, until you visited
With your eyes of porcelain and of blue, they shock me into sense
You think you're so illustrious, you call yourself intense! Cars