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Seaford In Spring

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Escaping Brighton over the viaduct.
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Train views.
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The bluest sky of 2017.

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Twitching (bird watching).

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Very happy to be out of Brighton.
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The colour of this water looks like anywhere but the English Channel.

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Secret beaches beyond the rocks

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A break in the throngs of dog walkers.

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Jornaling on the beach.
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Back to Brighton, for now…
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Urban Nature

I recently spent a couple of nights at my parent’s house in Birmingham. Their garden has always been a hub for city wildlife, I’ve spent many a summer sitting in the garden with the vast array of birds that visit the garden, from starlings and herons on the rooftops, and hedgehogs and baby robins hiding in the grass.

On this particular Saturday I was supposed to be having a study day, but ended up at the window watching the endless wildlife that visited the garden over the space of a couple of hours. Mr and Mrs Fox stopped by, the collared dove sadly without it’s mate, a single robin, starlings, sparrows, coal tits and wood pigeons fighting over the bird food and Mr Blackbird made a few appearances too. There were also a couple of gorgeous feline friends but that’s for another (mad cat lady) post.

Here’s just a few of the best photos I managed to get.