This morning I awoke to dull skies accompanied by a ferocious, 40+ mph SW, breeze. It wasn't particularly difficult, or time consuming, id'ing the lowly number of moths assembled on the egg trays within the MV trap yet there was no way that Pegwell Bay had anything going for it under these conditions. No surprises, therefore, I remained at home spending much of my time watching the feeding station from the comfort of my study. By early afternoon the skies had brightened, somewhat, although the wind remained troublesome.
Chiffchaffs continue to move through the garden and I was very grateful to be able to play around with the camera as they used the bird bath during a brighter period around 14.00 hrs. It doesn't matter how many images you record there will always be one that stands out, although it is very difficult to explain why?
Well pleased with the above image, yet the one below just has something which causes me to smile..
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