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Saturday, November 12, 2011

Blue sky at last, but will it last?

                                    Just practicing manual focus ready for a mega
                                       Just a few shots of the garden House Sparrows



A brilliant day today with clear blue skies and sunshine but unfortunately no time to get out birding in it.
Several Redwings were moving over the garage this morning probably looking for new feeding grounds whilst about 40 Woodpigeons moved >S in what was probably some of the last stragglers.
A  good number of Pied Wagtails were congregating on the roof of Halifax central library mid afternoon which were most likely ready for moving on to the Woolshops roost.
Looking a bit grim for morning with fog already moving in this evening, wheres that wind when you need it.
BS

2 comments:

NigelK said...

Yer slowly gettin there with that new rig; lookin forward to seeing shots of Roller come Spring!

Brian Sumner said...

If I saw a local Roller Id be running about like a headless chicken, never mind a photo!