Cricket on a beautiful evening is such a joy.
My morning run was a pleasant 7km jog, the tour of the two lakes. Thee most noteworthy sighting on the run were a patch of flowering dead nettles in Friary Road park that was proving to be magnet for hairy footed flower bees. Only thing was, these bees seemed to have an orange patch on their face in addition to the white "skull" markings. Hopefully his can be seen in my pictures.
In the afternoon I cycled out to Cotham Flash paddocks to search for yellow wagtails. Sadly, there were none, but there were a few very late fieldfares in the far distance, recogniseable from their slate grey heads and rumps.
I did a lot of thinking re; employability. Can blogs help on your CV? Am I deluding myself that the charities I apply for jobs with are going to see this and go "Wow! He's hired!" or will they send my resume to a toilet roll dispenser post-haste?
These are the big questions.
|Site of future sporting non-glories, overlooked by new sports hub|
|Geese must swim on the right in the UK|
|Great crested grebe too swift for the camera|
|Another drone fly|
|Dandelions at Friary Road park|
|Orange face on this flower bee?|
|Otters learn about the civil war|
|Barn where swallows used to nest. Sadly, not for a few years|