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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Amazing Queensbury Skies

                                        An amazing sunrise.

                                          Back ot Dyke


                                   Fiery sky from Chapel Lane


                 The finished product, the sky at midday
                                                  Foxhill Common Gull

An amazing sunrise this morning leaving a bright cloud mottled sky the rest of the day with a cool W>4.
No more Mistle Thrush sightings today but the unusual sighting of a flock of 11 Blue Tits working their way through garden trees along the edge of Foxhill park at lunch time.
A group of 4 LBB gulls went overhead high and >NW whilst a distant Cormorant went >N up the Aire valley.
BS

1 comment:

Dave Sutcliffe said...

Great shots of the sky - WOW