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Arrsers self taken photo collection.

anglo

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Butterflies and bee

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Kirkz

LE
Tonight I will be mostly drinking these...

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This morning on the local canal. Cygnets nicely lined up ready for a bit of flying training - just after I took this photo they went on the swan equivalent of a fast taxi. Lots of flapping of wings but they didn't actually get airborne and their undercarriage remained in contact with the water. Just as they finished the fast taxi, an avian fast jet - a Sparrowhawk- did a low pass as it homed in on a flock of Sparrows. That green stuff is duck weed - it's a bloody nuisance as it clogs the canal and dogs don't realise there's water underneath when they jump on it.

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When I bimbled out for my walk this morning, in the dark and rain, this bloke was stretched across the road:

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Fifty-odd minutes later and it had been moved to the side of the road and a couple of hours later it had gone, doubtless for food and perhaps a nice pair of Italian shoes. It appears to be a reticulated python, paced out at three metres.
 

Kirkz

LE
When I bimbled out for my walk this morning, in the dark and rain, this bloke was stretched across the road:

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Fifty-odd minutes later and it had been moved to the side of the road and a couple of hours later it had gone, doubtless for food and perhaps a nice pair of Italian shoes. It appears to be a reticulated python, paced out at three metres.
You could have at least cut its head off for me.
 

BratMedic

LE
Book Reviewer
Daughter just moved to this place in East Sussex:
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The best part of Autumn, is the conkers!

Been falling for a while near where I live .... I think the most spectacular " fall / crop " of Conkers I have seen was near Melrose RFC Ground . Mrs B_R and I nearly filled two large plastic shopping bags with big ones for the kids in the village ... and our daughter who claims they keep Spiders at bay .
 
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Our semi-feral rescue, who to be fair has calmed down a bit since we had his nads removed. But he's still quick to anger.

Fast too; too fast for my autofocus so will try some pre-focussing stuff on him the next time I wind him up; to try and get him sharp (he's slightly out of focus here).

And when I say 'wind him up' all I did was slip my hand under the duvet and wiggle my fingers; he savaged the duvet and then came up to give me a fishy hiss.

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