Wednesday, 29 September 2010

Sun Down At Marazion

A sunlit afternoon saw me drive down to Marazion about 5.30pm for the last hour of sunlight. No sign of the Bittern which has taken up residence but some great lighting. The lack of holiday makers now is also welcome. Could be last post for a while as I am switching to Nikon, but you never know I may aquire a long lens sooner rather than later.. Well it is late so onto the images.

This kestrel was sat quietly on a post but spotted me setiing up the tripod and flew off

Little Egret enjoying the fishing and lush green reeds in the evening sunlight.

Surprise to see the Swallow an extended stay?

Soon be snow in this setting for a winter scene?

Curlews off to roost.


holdingmoments said...

Lovely shots Bob. Well done with the Swallow.

Still got a few here, flying around with some House Martins.

JRandSue said...

Well done Bob,great images.
Nice to see you back in charge.

Chris said...

Excellent Bob and I'm eager to see your robin shots with winter scene ;-)