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Thursday, January 26, 2012

26th January

As things seem pretty quiet in Regent’s Park and in Bushy I thought I would post a couple of snaps that I have taken whilst I have been here. Today was my first attempt at getting a few bird photos. It has been a while and hopefully either Bushy or Richmond will come up with a few goodies.

The first few photos were taken either looking from my office window in White Lodge down the Lime Avenue towards the Diana Fountain or the other way.

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One of the local vandals

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Black-headed Gull and Common Gull

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5 comments:

Marc Heath said...

A cracking set of shots, that top scene is lovely. Hopefully some sun for the weekend.

Dave said...

Now give us one of St. Pauls Cathedral from King Henry's Mound

Dave

Tony Duckett said...

Hi Marc.

It certainly is a different view to what I experienced in Regent's Park. With a bit of luck the sun will be out tomorrow, when I take my wife for a walk in the Chilterns followed by a good pub meal all washed down with plenty of Red kite photos. I might even finish up at Tring Reservoir and with even more luck the Snow Bunting will be waiting there for me.

Cheers

Tony

Tony Duckett said...

Hi Dave.

If I knew where King Henry's Mound was I might be able to oblige. Much of Bushy Park is flat.

Tony

Dave said...

Sorry Tony, thought you were also working in Richmond Park. It's in the latter, in the gardens of Pembroke Lodge.

Richmond is also the place to be come April when the skylarks start breeding.

Regards, Dave