Wednesday, 20 March 2019

More Spring Blossoms at Mount Stewart Property

These are the group of volunteers Gemma took on a bird walk last Saturday at the National Trust Property of Mount Stewart.  Today I am showing you a few more spring blossoms  from the gardens.











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Tuesday, 19 March 2019

WILD BIRD WEDNESDAY - Bird Walk with Gemma at Mount Stewart Property

Last Saturday a small group of volunteers from the National Trust Property at Mount Stewart were taken on a bird walk with Gemma and today I am showing you the first birds we saw. They were the Robin, Great Tit, Chaffinch and on the grass were a Carrion Crow with a Hooded Crow.
I am linking to WILD BIRD WEDNESDAY.











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Monday, 18 March 2019

THROUGH MY LENS - Spring at Mount Stewart Gardens

Last Saturday a small group of volunteers from the National trust Property at Mount Stewart were taken for a bird watch with Gemma and on the way I photographed some spring blossoms.  He last image is of Gemma showing us where a Blue Tit nested in a hole in this tree.  Can you see it?
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Sunday, 17 March 2019

SUNDAY THOUGHT

You don’t know what will happen tomorrow. Your life is like a fog. You can see it for a short time, but then it goes away.



Photographed in South Africa.

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Saturday, 16 March 2019

SATURDAY CRITTERS

I saw these Hartlaub's gulls on the beach during our early morning walk in South Africa.
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Friday, 15 March 2019

WEEKEND REFLECTIONS AND THE WEEKEND ROUNDUP

Time for The Weekend Roundup and Weekend Reflections and the letter is K and Kind and Kopy Kat and that certainly gave me a headache to find. So my friend and I were out for coffee and scones and she was a KOPY KAT as she had the same KIND of scone as me.




F.W de KLERK was the recipient of a wide range of awards—including the Nobel Peace Prize—he was widely praised for dismantling apartheid and bringing universal suffrage to South Africa.  This was one of four statues of famous men on the waterfront in Cape Town.  I will show you the others in another post.
Below are three KITES we saw as we climbed up a hill to a large cross.





We stopped at a restaurant for lunch and noticed this man feeding this seal and went to speak to him.  The seal was so tame he jumped up and KISSED the man.  The final image are of Egyptian geese and the one follwingis a 
KOPY KAT, not only in following his mate but it also gives me my REFLECTION image.


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Thursday, 14 March 2019

GOOD FENCES

We are just passing the sign for Cape Town and the hospital and there are fences in both images.
I am linking to GOOD FENCES.



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