Thursday, 28 October 2010

Kirkstall Valley Nature Reserve 2

On our recent visit to Kirkstall Valley Nature Reserve, Guelder Rose shrubs(Viburnum opulus) provided an abundance of ruby red fruits worthy of a pic or two.







4 comments:

  1. They look good enough to eat ! Maybe by a Waxwing ???

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  2. I thought you may have had a Waxwing by now Linda, they're all over the place in their hundreds....or should that be thousands!

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  3. The colour and transparency of the fruit is amazing, Linda. I've just noticed that 'City Birding' and 'Wildlife Artwork' are your Dad's blogs - I follow and enjoy them both - his bird art is very beautiful.

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  4. Hello Warren, I'm sure Waxwing would love them, I saw Bullfinch feasting on the berries at this reserve last year at which was a lovely sight.

    Hello Pete, no waxwing yet, hmmmphhh! Fingers crossed though.

    Hello Emma, they really do reflect the light don't they, I guess its on account of the high water content.
    Yes that's my dad, in fact he got me started with the blog, having set his up a few months before it appealed to me as a great way of sharing the things that I'd see & talk about. I'll pass on your comments Emma.

    Thanks for dropping in, Linda

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