While I was sorting out the Moon photos for the previous post, I came across some photos I'd taken last month and neglected to do anything with. So, to remedy that, here's another post consisting of birds (à la Mistress Maddie's Usual Suspects posts), and white horses.
First up, a promenade perambulation on 19th November provided waders and white horses:
|A foraging Turnstone (Arenaria interpres)|
|"Anything good to eat over there, Mabel?"|
|"Yikes! Watch out for that wave!"|
|Leaving the Turnstones behind, I headed off east along the prom|
|Rough seas ahead: The white horses are charging in to shore|
Rather than walk up the slope, when I reached the end of the prom, I had Broom carry me up.
Here's a Broom's-eye-view of the End of the Line...
|... and back towards Overstrand village.|
|Some of the Usual Suspects having lunch when we arrived back at Château DeVice|
|A Great Tit enjoying some sunflower hearts|
|A House Sparrow with a beak full of suet|
These next photos were taken on the 25th. Just more from the End of the Line.
That's it, for now. I've got to go and look after The Little Witch and Babyzooky while Indescribable and Inexcuseable's husband empty the contents of her caravan into their winter home. Until next time!