Sunday, 18 July 2010

Bad weather and too much wind.

Due to bad weather and incredibly strong winds on those days where there has been some sun I have no new pictures to post. So a few more Gannet shots from Bempton Cliffs RSPB reseve for your viewing.

Firstly however, a quick mention to Andy Carey who has had his Squacco Heron shot included in Bird Watch magazine recently. Well Done Andy, however I think I'm right in saying that he's not yet posted them on his website for us all to see, come on Andy finger out!!! and before you say it I know you've been busy moving into your newest new House. Good luck for that mate, hope you and Kim will be happy there.

So Gannet, here are a few more for you.

The Gannet is a fabulous bird I think you would all agree.

Oh, I have to say, I've been nagging another friend, Chris Grady, to put more shots up than he has recently and he has listened and posted quite a few this week. If you havent already then go have a look at his website and check out the Swallow pics in particular, tell me that the first of them isn't a brilliant shot if you dare.

Hope to have something new for you all shortly, thank you for your patience.


Anonymous said...

Beautiful Photos Brian! Hope you have settled in, in your new location!

Bob Bushell said...

The Gannets are wonderful, I'd love to see one, alive. Maybe it will come, Brian.

Brian J Davis said...

Thank You Both, Katie yes thank you I have settled in but I am finding it hard to find decent photo opportunities, lots of birdwatching sites but none much good for photography.

Anonymous said...

I'm sure you'll find some sites soon enough! I have recently discovered several sites in the Forest of Dean that I never knew existed (and I've lived here all my life!) Glad to hear your settled in!