Monday, 22 January 2018


The same day as I posted on last Saturday when it was hide tide and I was travelling back from Donaghadee to Bangor I found this Curlew feeding on the grass and photographed it from my car. 
I am linking with THROUGH MY LENS.

Many thanks for visiting and also for leaving comments.

Sunday, 21 January 2018


There’s no one like her on earth, never has been, never will be. She’s a woman beyond compare. My dove is perfection, Pure and innocent as the day she was born, and cradled in joy by her mother. Everyone who came by to see her exclaimed and admired her— All the fathers and mothers, the neighbours and friends, blessed and praised her.

Photograph taken in my back garden.
January 2018

Many thanks for visiting and also for leaving any comments.

Have a Blessed Sunday.

Saturday, 20 January 2018


I was travelling back from Donaghadee  to homr and it
 was high tide and I found these waders feeding on the grass and photographed them from my car.  They are Oystercatcher and Redshank.
I am linking with Saturday Critters. 

Many thanks for visiting and also for leaving comments.

Friday, 19 January 2018

The Weekend Roundup and Weekend Reflections

Last Sunday I went for a long walk to Ballyholme along Seacliffe Road and home again and decided to find all the photographs for Weekend Reflections and The Weekend Roundup.  The prompts were the letter C, Favourite and Clouds.  Well in the first image I cover all of them but as I was on a walk, I also saw, CLOUDSCATKINS, past this lovely Guest house called CAIRN Bay Lodge, photographed a CHILD and her father  who were CYCLISTS, then past the Ballyholme Yacht CLUB where there were some CATAMARANS.  I had to stop and watch a dispute that this COMMON Gull was having with 2 Black headed Gulls over a CRUST of bread, then watched a very CROWDED little island with gulls and waders on it, past the CAFE COD Fish and CHIPS shop and the CASH  Machine and finally came to the !st Presbyterian CHURCH in Bangor.

I hope you enjoyed the things I saw on my walk.

Many thanks for visiting and also for leaving comments.

Thursday, 18 January 2018


Once again I am taking you into Ward Park and this is the War Memorial and big gun and behind it are the bowling greens.  Further on we have one of the ponds with the Guinea fowl I showed you recently walking on the road behind those houses you can just see in image three.  
I am linking to GOOD FENCES. 

 Many thanks for visiting and also for leaving comments.

Wednesday, 17 January 2018

Wolf howl Supermoon

I have only one image today.  
It was taken on 2 January when we had this Wolf howl Supermoon present but unfortunately I did not have my tripod and so this is hand held.
I am hoping on 31 January for clear skies and I hope to have my tripod at hand to take this next larger moon which has no given name and therefore will be called a Blue Moon.

Many thanks for visiting and also for leaving comments.

Tuesday, 16 January 2018


Following on from yesterday when I told you we visited Kinnegar down at the sea and there were a lot of birds there.  As I was with my telescope letting the class see all the birds, Danny took these photographs.  They are Redshank, gulls, Dunlin with an Oysstercatcher is flight in the 3rd image, an upside down gull flying (what's all that about) Black headed  Godwit feeding, Ringed Plover flying, a group of Knot. All in all a good day's birding- 39 different species of birds and we all enjoyed it.

I am linking with WILD BIRD WEDNESDAY.

Many thanks for visiting and also for leaving comments.