"And there appeared a great wonder in Dorset; a gull clothed with the sun,..."
An improvisatory, essentially indefensible, randomly configured tragi-comedy
(no great revelations are likely to be accrued from its consumption)
25 February 2018
Two attempts, one Glaucous Gull, two Spoonbill and a shed load of Med Gulls later,... a vision of perfect grace descended from the ether on a shard of heavenly light. It's been years since I saw one of these.
18 February 2018
First-winter Glaucous Gull, near Sluice Farm. Only my second in Gwent and it's been a wait of over nine years since the first (of which more here).
07 February 2018
A tiny feathered lightening bolt
Penduline Tit, Plock Court, Gloucestcestcestcestcestershire, within spitting distance (at least on a windy day) of Horsebere Pool. Proof, were it needed, that ornithological lightening can strike twice.
Two years and two miles(ish) down the road from the last. I seem to remember waiting an absolute age to go and see that one too.
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