Life in a glazed brick wall

 

England, Worthing seafront property.

Three floors up.  Victorian white glazed brick wall ( with grime ).  Airbourne seeds or maybe bird droppings with seeds, wedged into the mortar courses, the right conditions and a Fern of sorts is produced, growing happily between courses.

 

 

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Rocking Robin

I do like from time to time, to capture in picture, visitors to my garden.     This cheeky busy Robin hasn’t quite mastered landing on this feeder.  This Robin and its mate are frequent visitors, getting a picture is a bit of a job.  Iv’e managed to capture the Robin in flight, as best as I can.  Hope you like…

Cant wait to see this Robins offspring sometime soon!

Meet the new kid on the block

Got in Last Saturday evening, after watching Brighton vs Birmingham at the Amex.  Just started doing a bit of cooking, when I spotted the new kid on the block.  It is said that there is a decline in the population of Sparrows, we appear to have a pretty good local population, well in our local gardens anyway.  Didn’t take this little one to long to locate the feeder and water station.

Parent, with youngster…

Needing a drink…

First of many.  Nice little chap…

 

Let’s do Bird’s

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Hove Beach, “Stone the Crow’s”…

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Meet the Robin, regular visitor to the feeding area…

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Caught these two Redwing’s chilling.  A couple of years back, we had a severe cold winter.  So severe that we had a small flock of about 40 Redwing birds from Scandinavia somewhere, take up residency in the tree at the base of the garden.  Apparently it was so cold where they came from, they migrated South to our warmer climate, even though it was below 0 degree’s most of the time.

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Sweet little Sparrow checking stuff out…

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Nothing like a pair of Tit’s,  Hard working parent feeding one of its young…

Hope you liked the bird’s stuff…