More youth action from Doctors Pond this morning.
The Rosemary Beetles had all disappeared after some strong winds, but they have reappeared now on the lavender
I very rarely realise that a picture is a significant marker of the 365 project – and this shot demonstrates that fact quite well…a late night shot…obviously…still in the game though!
I opened our front door looking for today’s shot…and here it is!
The Moorhens around Doctors Pond have been doing very well this year…lots of Chicks. We didn’t have any Moorhens here until 4 or 5 years ago, we now have at least 2 well established families.
A rather pretty sunset behind Doctors Pond in Great Dunmow that drew me out this evening
I only had my tiny Manfrotto table tripod with me so decided to go for that low to the ground look…which worked until, inexplicably, the camera changed its focus…but in the end I quite liked it anyway! I added a bird song soundtrack which I recorded a week earlier about 10 miles away 😉
The fair comes to Dunmow a few times a year. It’s not a large fair but it’s always interesting to see it first thing in the morning with no one around.
Despite living close to Doctors Pond in Great Dunmow we very rarely see damselflies in the area…indeed, this is only the second time I have seen one in our garden after 18 years of living here.
I visited this very pretty timber church in Suffolk to photograph the outside of the building, however, the sun was directly above and in line with the church making it impossible to shoot. Fortunately the inside of the church was really quite lovely!