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I live in a camper van with a couple of West Highland Terriers for company.
My passion is photography but it is a work in progress.
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Monday, 31 August 2009

A QUIET DAY (30/08/09)

A quiet day as befits a Sunday, so no complaints, no rain either, a gentle breeze so after the dawn shots came back, had muesli, a yogurt and a banana. Thought some things not right here, solved that had an orange juice...... and a bacon buttie. Just knew I needed the vitamin 'C'. Amazing what a glass of orange can do! Felt my usual self so set off for the salt marsh to see the Dragon Flies. Saw one but you can't, it must have been doing sixty miles an hour. The book insists that hawkers are territorial so like a muppet sit myself down and wait and wait and wait. Decided that if the book is correct then either it has a very large territory or it is a hitherto undiscovered nomadic mutation.
All I have for this post are more of the same, Painted lady and a Wall brown, I saw a Peacock Butterfly but it was only slightly slower than the dragon fly.
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PAINTED LADY......At least it had the good grace to move.
OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA WALL BROWN.
OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERANOTHING....Or very little, sorry about the lack of excitement today. some days are just like that. Hopefully will be at Robin Hoods bay tomorrow, rocks, cliffs and another mountaineering job to get in and out.
That's all for today.

6 comments:

  1. Not just me that has days like that then!

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  2. nomadic mutation. that's funny. we had a dragonfly on our house last summer that sat in the same spot all day long. i wonder why that was?

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  3. i have them every day Gb, usually the pictures provide inspiration.

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  4. Some days yer the pigeon, and some days yer the statue. ;)
    Tomorrow’s always another day lol

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