My photographic trials and tribulations on walks and visits to birding sites near to home in Yorkshire and further afield.
Tuesday, 29 June 2010
We visited this reserve for the first time a week ago and as the brochure says its a little weird, great big open spaces at the end of nowhere. Great big shingle, vast area but I was surprised by the size of some of the areas of water.
A nice bright plant was the Yellow Horned Poppy.
This post contains no bird pictures from the day, I will put these in my next post.
The next bright sighting was a number of these lovely Mullein moth caterpillars
I think from the second hide we entered we heard a very close to Marsh Frog just to the rear and approaching steadily I managed shots of this beauty in a small nearby pool.