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Sunday, October 14, 2012

Images from Fly Flatts this a.m.

                                               Fog in Calder Valley

                        Not looking out to sea at a lighthouse
               but Emley Moor above the fog.
                                              First Light
                                            A Frosty start
                                    Sun up and good visibility
                                    Fog creeping across the moor
                                                      Here it comes.
                Had the geese been 5 mins earlier or 10 mins later Id have
               filled   my camera.

Ogden this tea time was poor with 1 Cormorant, 1 Grey Wag and the usual sp.
BS

5 comments:

Tracy C said...

Glad I didnt go to Ogden then Brian. We went round Green Lane. Brittany was just taking some pics of Kestrel when it got mobbed by 2 corvids!

We went back around and found it on Corporal Lane but it flew down the valley and away. Oh b*gger!

Brian Sumner . said...

They tend to do that Tracy, no consideration, these birds.

Brian Sumner . said...

PS Tracy, the Pinkies will have gone over your house and Green Lane area about 0845hrs.

Tracy C said...

Unfortunately Brian all I was watching at that time was the back of my eye lids. A real shame because its something I would like to see. I will have to get up earlier!

DJSutcliffe said...

Ilike the shots at Fly Flatts Bri - shame about the fog. I got a call from Nigel about the 'pinkies' then Andy picked them up over Northowram but I missed them as well !