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Thursday 8 May 2014

Still Waiting For The “Hottest” Summer

After the wettest winter, the “hottest” summer is said to be on its way in UK, if you believe what the papers say. Anyway, at the moment, the trees are greener.

the butterflies are in the air,


the land is turning into cheerful fields by the bright yellow rapeseed flowers,

and the young herons are getting ready to fly away.

Summer is on its way~

Friday 21 March 2014

Spring Has Arrived~

Thanks to the warm winter, spring has arrived early in UK.

The recent warm sunshine not only makes us humans feel alive again, but it also gives the birds a reason to sway their wings.

Spring is a romantic season for the birds. This pair of “early birds”, Egyptian Geese, have already had their young family.

While the Coots are well on their way to parenthood,

some Blue Tits are still house hunting.

  These two lovebirds were concentrating too much on each other to take any notice of my camera.

Friday 24 January 2014

A Little Friend---Robin

The recent floods in the Southwest of England may have deterred me from watching the starlings but the garden birds always make up for it.   

Watching the robins sing is one of my favourite past times.  

Although the robin is a common bird in UK, its interesting personality and unique closeness to humans make it one of the favourite garden birds.

This robin has been living in my garden for a while.  

Every morning, he stands on top of the trees singing his heart out.

It is always the same spot on the same tree in the back garden.

When I am working in the garden, very often he pops up from nowhere and follows me around for an easy meal of worms.


At the moment, he is still looking for a mate. Hopefully I will be fortunate enough to see his new family soon~