|Universal Greetings – It’s A Beautiful Day|
|Saturday 13/03/2021 – Season 16 – Series 12|
|Wishing my Guest Stars a truly wonderful day both on and off blog – make it great!|
|Photo of the Day – Blossom Petals Spring – Pixabay|
|Lauren of ISS Attitude of Gratitude|
|Aretha Franklin – Until You Come Back To Me|
|George Harrison – This Is Love|
|A Guy Called Bloke|
More forgotten Songs of the 70’s, 80’s & 90’s
|Joan Jett – French Song|
|Ozzy Osbourne – “The Ultimate Sin”|
|Judas Priest – Turbo Lover|
|The Bangles – The real world|
|This coming Spring …… A New Snifty Sleuth Mystery will begin ………..|
There has been a murder, a terrible Murder …. and it’s down to YOU to help solve the Whodunnit!!
A BRAND New Challenge begins soon
|Once again, l have had some nice walks this week mostly around the town, but also slightly further afield over near Sandown Lees and also, Suze joined me for a walk in the nature reserve on Tuesday and we chanced upon what l think is a Red Crested Pochard … l think. |
I am no expert with regards ducks … but l also had a very friendly red breasted robin take to a branch with deliberation on one walk and sat there whilst l took photos and talked to her/him …. literally only 6″ away from my camera and very happily posing..
|This little robin l think is a regular on this part of the walk along the River Stour, l am always seeing a robin – l know there is a slight difference between the male and the female. The males are slightly larger – and yet on some occasions, females are also larger than the males. Some studies say the male’s breast is brighter than that of the females. |
Many people wrongly believe that female robins have no red breast – but they do have red breasts too. An article l read last year suggested that the peak cap on the head of the birds themselves are slightly different as in females are more of a V shape in comparison to the male’s which is more of a U shape, but that is only really seen if looking down upon them. In truth, l care not, l lam very fond of the species and l have a pair in my garden so even more special.
This little one was on the path when l first approached and then took to the branches and when l stopped and took my first photo, they made a slight noise and alighted to the branch directly in front of me and delighted me further with the poses.