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ShareMondays2019 – On Frozen Pond
My little patch of Surrey didn’t get much snow but there was just enough to capture a few wintry scenes at Bushy Park on Friday morning. Not a single heron in sight by Heron Pond! The gulls had left some interesting tracks in the light snow cover on the frozen pond and the scene really lent itself to a minimalist, high-key process. This one’s for both ShareMondays and the Fotospeed challenge this week.
ShareMondays2019 – OH!
Definitely the largest fish I’ve ever seen one of the Bushy Park herons catch! Pretty sure it’s a common carp. After successfully evading the Heron Pond anglers and keeping itself warm in the dense reed-beds on a frosty night, I think the last thing this fish expected was to be gobbled up for breakfast. It actually gave it’s captor a few firm tail-slaps around the face, for good measure, on the way down! OH! Well, my mum coined it and I couldn’t really call it anything else. So with a busy Monday ahead, this is my entry for all three of the Monday photo challenges including Wex Mondays and Fotospeed. Have a great week everyone!
I’ve been enjoying watching the birds at Bushy Park recently. It’s quite amazing the number of different species I see in just a short period of time around Heron Pond, which is near the main car park. I’m working on a collection of images to share with you all but I start with the pond’s namesake, the grey heron, standing sentinel on the dead tree beside the car park. They’re such striking birds and a joy to watch.
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