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  • Gary HobsonGary Hobson Posts: 1,892


    I love all your photos, especially the young foxes.

    It's an achievement getting anyway near many of these animals, let alone getting a good photo.

  • LilylouiseLilylouise Posts: 1,013

    Amazing photos steephill image

    I am rubbish at taking Wildlife pics as you will see image

    I noticed these spiders yesterday

     I am worried about this beautiful Bee - it was on the same flower for a very long time yesterday imageI haven't been down to check yet if it is still there today image

  • donutsmrsdonutsmrs Posts: 476

    All your pictures steephill are just lovely. Here are my baby sparrows being fed, I stand for ages at my kitchen window watching the birds.


    Here they are having a bath.


  • figratfigrat Posts: 1,619
    Awww! Aren't we lucky?
  • WintersongWintersong Posts: 2,436

    Good work everyone! I feel honoured to have wildlife in my garden and to enjoy your  incredible shots from your gardensimage

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  • AllotmentMaxAllotmentMax Posts: 189
    Wow! Can't believe you all have such wonderful wildlife in your gardens. Mine consists of the odd bird and next doors cats. I'm not so good at taking photos either. Great photos.
  • Karen GreenKaren Green Posts: 11

    Fantastic pics, would love to see loads more

  • gardeningfanticgardeningfantic Posts: 1,019

    Wow! guys thanks for all the pictures.. loving them..they are so good...keep them going.. cant believe some of the widlife you all h ave on your doorsteps..

    @wintersong.. that dragonfly is absolutely beautiful

    @kate bradbury.. thanks for the info will do the link.. also do the bumble bee one too. as they are back again this year i think. here are some i took today usig my new trupod got for xmas.. now arm is better can finally use it.. not had time to upload all of them but some to keep going.












  • Gary HobsonGary Hobson Posts: 1,892

    Some bumblies...

    This morning, I noticed about a dozen bumblies circulating around a concrete block wall that has some ivy covering it...

    Occasionally (but not often), a bee goes into a crack, and another will emerge.

    But what is most interesting is that they seem to be 'grazng' the surface of the wall, as though it held some form of nourishment...



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