Just some photos…

18 06 2013

Now I can drive, me and the dogs are having great fun exploring new places and visiting our favourites more often. I will have been driving for 6 months at the end of June, and I honestly cannot imagine my life without my car now! It really has just made my whole life so much easier. I can get to work more easily, I can get to dog shows without worry of finding someone who will take me and I can go for dog walks anywhere I like! It’s just brilliant.

So, I thought id share some photos from the past few months. I’ve had a backlog on my camera for a while due to the fact my computer has been a bit full of photos… which meant I couldn’t upload anymore. Finally I brought some discs and got rid of a whole bunch of old photos to make way for the new :).

So enjoy!

ImageKez and Ernie enjoying a lovely sunny walk along the famous white cliffs of Dover.

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Kez and Ernie on top of the hills in one of the surrounding villages nearby.

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Kez and Ernie in the nearby abbey, its absolutely beautiful there with a huge lake and streams.

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A mummy swan with her babies at the abbey, aren’t they just adorable? Considering the bad lighting as this was taken in the evening, I’m super pleased with this shot :).

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Kezzy was fascinated by them :).

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There were these lovely baby Coots with there mum as well :).

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During the time I was dog-sitting lovely Fudge (see previous post) I spent lots of time sitting in my nans garden photographing birds. Her garden backs onto fields, and she gets a huge variety of birds :). Love this shot of a lovely female blackbird.

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A very sweet little Sparrow :).

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A Dunnock :).

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The Blue Tits were the most fun to photograph, they are so fast and have so much character! I had to be quick to capture them before they were off again. This is my favourite shot as its as if he’s trying to tell me something ;).

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A very handsome male chaffinch :).

Sorry about the lack of Indi photos, I obviously have to be careful where I take him because of his reactivity. What with the lack of sun we’ve had, I havent really had a chance to get any good photos of him on his walks ;). Hopefully once we have some proper summer weather I’ll be able to make up for it!

Anyway, I hope you like them and please do leave feedback :).


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8 07 2013
Lynda

Some superb catches here, April….love the dogs near the Abbey. I thought the blackbird was a song-thrush, though, as they have the speckled bellies. I love chaffinches and never see them here. I’d invest in an external hard-drive for your photos. They’re quite reasonable these days. I keep all mine on one and it is handbag-size so I’ll never lose all my pictures if I have a fire or something.

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