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Tuesday, 17 November 2020

Simple things

 If it is possible to put a positive spin on the massive impact that Covid-19 has made to all our lives then, for me at least, it has to be a genuine appreciation of the wildlife that occurs locally. I'll share two images, taken from my study doorway yesterday. They are far more eloquent, than I, in making my point!




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  1. Wonderful Dyl, wish we got more varied wildlife in our garden here in MK. Stay safe, love to you all.

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    1. Cheers Bob, Probably helps having arable farmland just beyond the garden hedge, but I'm sure that there are wildlife surprises to be discovered wherever you reside? Hoping you and Wendy are keeping well? It's gonna be a bloody good party when this nonsense is finally behind us. All our love Dyl & Bev

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  2. Hello Dylan- That hawk shot is marvellous. That plumage, with the white markings... I don't see enough of them. I've had a few close encounters with them this year, funnily enough. I'm near them all the time but I don't see them regularly. Hope the piking's going well- Gazza

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