Monday, 16 August 2010

Northern Cut Off Revisited

Well with rain forecast most of the week and impending structural work needing doing on my cottage, today was the last chance for images until the weekend. Another visit to Stithians, it was still quite lively and there weren't to many quiet periods. With the low water levels there seems to be some opportunistic fishing going on and some waders as a plus enjoying the mud.

Little Grebe putting on a show in front of the Golden Lion Hide

Snipe that dropped by.

Distant shot of Grey Heron with Frog.

Cormorant returns to his perch after a spot of fishing.


Grey Heron

Swallow out of the dip

Sand Martin to finish off with.


holdingmoments said...

Great flight shots Bob. Those little Martins and Swallows aren't easy.
I think that's a Greenshank. Strangely enough I was watching 3 today, at a local reserve lol

sebi_2569 said...

nice blog;bravo

JRandSue said...

Lovely collection Bob,love the last two images.
Swallow has brilliant detail,very difficult shot.

Ashley Hugo said...

Superb images! Me and Monty were there this morning but most of the stuff were out of range for our lenses

Dominic Gendron said...

Great serie!" The flying Awseome!

Chris said...

wow Bob these are splendid images, and the two swallow shots, man, they are perfect!