Maybe I had a lot on my mind last year, I seemed to spend more time looking at the ground than I normally would, maybe years of wearing binoculars around my neck had caused it to weaken and refuse to carry … Continue reading Treading carefully.
Yesterday on the heath, Westleton Heath that is, something caught my eye through the vegetation, a pile of Adders. I counted five, but there may have been more as the pile moved separately but as one, interweaving itself under roots … Continue reading Ol’ blue eyes is ready to shed
Usually I only manage to get a tantalising glimpse of the countryside dwelling Foxes where I live. When I’m visiting family in suburban Essex, people hardly blink an eye as a fox trots by on the roadside or suns itself … Continue reading Friday Foxes
Our local pair of Barn Owls in this sleepy part of Suffolk are hardly resting at the moment. Hungry young owls demanding a constant supply of … Continue reading Beautiful motion
The glow of warmth in the crisp morning air. No phone, no TV and indeed not a care 🙂 Continue reading Suffolk Sunrise
Firstly , I must point out that the close-up of the adult Little Owl was taken through my old kitchen window (and it wasn’t too clean … Continue reading The Owl and the Pussycat