Thursday, 24 June 2010

Longframlington Swallows

A couple of days ago we visited Longframlington Gardens where there were good numbers of Swallows with their brood on the wing.
Here are a few waiting to see if there would be any more meals provided

There were dozens of these Chimney Sweeper moths in the wild garden

During a brief stop at Felton we had a few minutes peering over the bridge where, I think, these small Brown Trout were idling the day away


Johnnykinson said...

That is a absolutely lush image of the Swallows Dick.
I'm loving it.

kirstallcreatures said...

Nice to see the Chimney Sweep moths, we saw a few down at Rutland Water.

Citybirding said...

John, the group seemed to catch my eye and the image has a strange look to me - can't explain it.
Linda, I have never seen as many in one place.