The King and Queen (with a capital initial K and Q) are coming to town tomorrow. Surprisingly, the weather changes from dark, grey, wet to sunny. The royals should come to visit more often. Don’t you think?
My fascination with reflections must be obvious from the photoblog. I count many pictures of reflection.
It’s been a while since the last picture of the familiar view.
This post comes without words because I have said them many times before.
I think beautiful sunsets are there to enjoy. Not to take pictures of. So, sue me.
It’s a sign. But of what? Maybe it’s a sign to acknowledge that we don’t know what this is a sign of.
Under these clouds there are many birds. White egrets, spoonbills, swans, lapwings, oystercatchers, falcons, buzzards, harriers, and crows, seagulls and starlings. All visible from the couch in the living room. We have the binoculars always at the ready.
Every day now starts white and after an hour or so, the wet snow is gone. It stays cold during the day. The spoonbills that we see in the fields must be freezing.
It’s amazing for me to see how you can take the same picture daily and every day it’s different. Welcome to the world.
The late afternoon sky just before dusk sets in.