I was out and about a bit though, this morning I was in Rothbury and on my drive there and back I saw flocks of thrushes, fieldfare and blackbirds mainly moving about, looking as though they had just arrived.
|Boiling seas at Howick|
The sea was boiling and although the wind had eased a bit, was still blowing spray our way - it was quite exhilarating! In the small, stunted hawthorns by the Coast Path, we saw a few newly arrived goldcrests busily feeding and a couple of blackbirds. Goldcrests never cease to amaze me, such tiny creatures making it over the north sea in such horrendous conditions.
The boys from 202 Squadron at RAF Boulmer were using the bad weather to get some flying practice in.
|202 Sea King over the Bathing House|
|202 Sea King over Rumbling Kern|
Congratulations !! I think your blog is the only one in Northumberland that isn't full of squacco photos or ramblings about squaccos.
Not quite sure what that actually means ?
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