Tuesday, 20 March 2018


I photographed these Herring Gulls and Turnstones recently on one of my walks along the Long Hole, near Bangor Pier.
I am linking to WILD BIRD WEDNESDAY.

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Monday, 19 March 2018


These are photographs of Greylag geese I shot at dusk in Ward Park.
I am linking it to THROUGH MY LENS.

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Sunday, 18 March 2018


The plans and reflections of the heart belong to man,
But the [wise] answer of the tongue is from the Lord.

Proverbs 16:1 

Amplified Bible (AMP)

Photographed in Ward Park at the Library, Bangor.
March 2018

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Have a Blessed Sunday.

Saturday, 17 March 2018


 This crow may not impress you however in Northern Ireland we do not see many of them and yet they are everywhere in England so I was pleased so see it walking across a car park in Bangor.
I am linking to SATURDAY CRITTERS.  

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Friday, 16 March 2018


Time for the Weekend Roundup and Weekend Reflections.  The letter is K and Kids and you can choose a favourite this week.  I want to show you this new KISSING gate at the start of a walk I did a few weeks ago.  It is on the National Trust coastal path from Ballymacormick Point into Groomsport.  However, you better KIT yourself with wet gear as today we are walking round Bangor in the pouring rain!

I found K quite a difficult letter to find photographs for but I went into this KITCHEN and KEY shop and took these images.

At the Marina I found these yacht that all had single KEELS and past this car called KIA 

It was so miserable even the council had KEPT the lights on which gave me my REFLECTION shot and the line of house you see are well KEPT B & B’s.

I know you have seen this clock before but as it is called the Mc KEE it also fits in to today’s meme.  Then walking past the KARE KABS company I was very  tempted to take a cab, but no, we have to press on with the walk. Do any of the guys fancy a Turkish hair cut at the KARIZAM Barbars shop?

Nearly home but we will walk through Ward Park where all the little caged birds are KEPT and if I had to pick a favourite today this is it, not because it is a  good shot but because I took this photograph through a 1” wire square!  Below are the KIDS  image and I popped into the Library to pick up a book and found   some authors KERLEY, KELLERMAN and KOONTZ. 

Now I think we all deserve a nice hot drink.

It was very KIND of you to come along with me today and hopefuly our next walk will have a LOT LESS rain!

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Thursday, 15 March 2018


This fence shot was taken through 1” square wire in Ward Park, Bangor at dusk.  I am very surprised this shot came out so well.  
The fence and yellow budgie are behind is the next cage.
I am linking to GOOD FENCES.  

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Wednesday, 14 March 2018

Flower is Botanic Palm Housr in Belfast

Clivia miniata is a evergreen perennial forming a clump of evergreen, strap-like leaves to 60cm in length, with erect stems bearing a terminal umbel of funnel-shaped, yellow-throated, orange-red flowers up to 7cm in length.  I photographed this is the Botanic Pam House in Belfast recently. 

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