I try and get out for a walk every lunchtime, stretch my legs and let my eyes focus on something further away than my computer monitor. I always go to the same place – the Millennium Green in Halesworth, Suffolk.
If you go to the same place all the time then you get to know the flora and fauna that lives there day by day and season by season. So after catching several glimpses of a Kingfisher lately, I’ve become aware of it’s favourite fishing perch.
Today was a hot day, there were dog walkers and families on the green…and there was me , camera in hand, crawling across the grass. As my fellow park goers looked on, I ignored self-dignity and the fact that I might look a bit dodgy, I didn’t care, stealth was the only way to get close enough to photograph this beautiful creature.
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this pics are awesome…really amazing and beautiful.
Thank you, the Kingfisher is always beautiful, translating that beauty with a camera is not so easy 😉
Lucky you Scott beautiful pics
Thanks Susan! 🙂
Beautiful pictures Scottie!
Thanks Adrian 🙂