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Friday, January 24, 2014

Queensbury today

   A watery sunrise over the chimneys
                   Note the chimney garden, a Queensbury speciality

                                         Nearly washed out
                                                Just touching the Black Dyke chimney

A red sunrise quickly washed out and replaced with rain getting heavier as the day went on.

Several Woodpigeons heading >S this morning, probably a roost breaking up, whilst a dinner time dash found gull numbers well down on yesterday with just 11 Commons around the rugby field and park.
Raggalds flood held 3 Lapwing and a Pied Wagtail whilst Old Guy Rd had a good number of corvids but little else.

Slight hitch with Lyndas recovery today seeing her back in Intensive Care with low Oxygen and possible pneumonia though the docs dont seem too concerned and her condition was improving on this evenings visit.
After a visit to ICU and seeing some of the people in there it certainly makes it look trivial when we moan about lack of bird sightings.
BS

1 comment:

Ken said...

You are so right Brian, keep the updates coming. Thinking of you and Lynda. These slight hitches do test us don't they. Ken