Friday, 28 November 2014

Running Around The Two Lakes

Today, suffused in mizzle under a uniformly grey sky, I did 11km around the lakes, nature reserves and parks.

I was in quest of winter ducks and winter thrushes, but saw neither. But on a muddy clay lane, there were flocks of chaffinches, tail bars flashing white against the trees, and a Goldcrest's tiny body flitted into a bush. This made the run worthwhile.

Balderton Lake canada geese squadron

Some angry geese in this shot

London Road lake waterfowl

Two swans a piping

1 swan a leaping

Proper running conditions, back of Beacon Heights on the hill

Lake at Beacon Hill development getting bigger

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