Friday, 12 February 2010

Another quiet day in Artic Cornwall

With the North Easterly winds still persisiting it was still freezing here. Marazion was again frozen. I spent two-three hours at Marazion and had intentions of leaving to go to Drift resevoir or Hayle/Godrevy. Due to the conditions I took the easy option and went home to put the kettle on (well my next door neighbours kettle if I am honest) There are definately still at least three bitterns at Marazion, but they are not flying over the reed bed much more amongst it. On to todays pictures:

Moorhen crossing the frozen marsh.

Snipe: the snipe are easily photographed at present feeding close to the main viewing area.


Crow with a tasty morsel under his right claw.


Rachel said...

should have come to drift!

JRandSue said...

Hi Bob,bet you go to Drift tomorrow.
Congratulations on another superb collection.
Well done mate.

Ashley Hugo said...

Excellent set of images, nice artistic composition on the moorhen!
will be at Marazion, Drift tomorrow so I might see you there.

Bobbster said...

Ok I will try and get to Drift about 10-11am tomorrow, will one of you carry my lens???

Ashley Hugo said...

I have to mount images for camera club in the morning so ill probably be there a bit later (about lunch time:11-12 ish)
I would carry your lens but I'd need weight training first!

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