Tuesday, 19 January 2010

Kirkstall & Beckett Park

A real pea souper of a day today, with little hint of a discernible horizon until early evening. Took some snaps during a lunchtime wander through Becket Park, hoping to catch some of the foggy landscape.


Two crows perched high in the tree, not sure whether they were able to make the most of their vantage point.



I noticed that buds are starting to appear on this Beech, water droplets collect on the underside of its branches and you can just about make out the beginnings of a spiders web.


I walk past this tangle of a Hawthorn hedgerow everyday. It borders the eastward edge of the abandoned allotments, its common most days to see Robin, Blackbird, Wren, Chaffinch and Goldfinch in the area.

3 comments:

  1. The fog certainly made everything look a touch spooky yesterday, the photo's have captured that nicely!

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  2. Thanks Pam, after the recent weather I'd happily swap all of our recent snow for a generous helping of fog anyday. L

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  3. Definitely agree with that!

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