My drive to work, this afternoon, was interrupted by an impromptu stop as I spotted a flock of 20+ Waxwings perched in the top of a tree at the junction of Park Avenue and Ramsgate Road, Broadstairs. It is exactly where I had expected the flock from last week to have gone, maybe it is the same group? They were feeding on the berries directly behind the bus shelter, as they have done in other years when we've had large scale irruptive movements. I'm going to try to get round there with the camera gear tomorrow, weather permitting, to see if they are hanging about. I make no appologies for re-using some old images - Waxwings are the stuff of bird photographers dreams. Exotic, flamboyant and incredibly beautiful - what's not to like about them?