Tuesday, 17 December 2013

Sunset over Yarmouth, I.O.W.

This was the place that Eileen and I stood and watched the Kingfisher through our telescopes.  Quite a number of people passed, stopped and we were able to show them him also.  One lady had lived there nearly all her life and had never seen it.  She was amazed.  Isn't it lovely to be able to share nature with others.  Another couple who were visiting their family were also delighted to look through the telescopes and by the time I had got home, they had emailed me to thank us. (I had given her a card).  That meant a lot to both of us.
 
 
 


The sky turned a wonderful red colour and it was a lovely way to
finish the day’s birding.
 





I didn't have a lot of photographs today however tomorrow I will bring you another Australian bird.

Thank you for visiting and thanks to those who kindly left comments.

17 comments:

  1. Très joli post, tes photos sont superbes! Have a nice day !

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  2. It's always good to see a Kingfisher Margaret and it makes the experience even better when you can share it with others...[;o)

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  3. Love the shot with the view and bench. The skies are a lovely color. It is cool to show birds to a passerby. Lovley photos, Margaret. Have a happy day!

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  4. Lovely sunset photos Margaret :)

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  5. Love the rosy glow from the sunsets!

    Thank you for your comments about my Roadrunner post! And, No, I didn't know the roadrunner was in the same family as the the Cuckoo!

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  6. Beautiful pictures of the end of the day.
    The colors are geweldiog, Margaret.
    Very well photographed, compliments.
    Greetings Irma

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  7. Such lovely gray hues mixed in with the color.

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  8. a lovely way to end your day; beautiful skies Margaret

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  9. The color of the sky in your sunset photos is stunning.

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  10. This has been a busy and a frustrating day. The beauty you have given me has been balm to my soul.
    Thank you.

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  11. My curiosity is running wild...what kind of buildings used to be there where the old bricks and looks like concrete foundations are standing next to the water? Ah Margaret you truly are a Master at what you do......

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  12. Very pretty scenery and photos of it!

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