St Mary’s and St Agnes

We went over to St Mary’s in search of a dusky thrush this morning – unfortunately it had long gone by the time we got there….

snipe-a
Instead we popped into Lower Moors when we came across a few snipe

snipe-bImpressive tail colours and patterns

greenshankThree of the four greenshank on the scrape

sc11Some great light in the harbour

boatI love the reflections in the water

galateaOn the way back to St Agnes we saw MHV Galatea – which is the Trinity House buoy laying and maintenance vessel which was fixing the Bartholomew Buoy

galatea-2Plenty of spares on the stern!

brs1Back on St Agnes I couldn’t resist photographing yet another black redstart

ss3And for the third night running another spectacular sunset

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