A weekly series when I revisit old photographs
Last weekend was annual Garden Birdwatch survey in UK, the idea being to allocate 1 hour over the weekend and count all the birds in the garden during that time. Results are then sent to Royal Society for Protection of Birds who collate all data to provide a snapshot of garden bird activity and populations.
Unfortunately, the time we had allocated for this last Sunday coincided with the heaviest rains and the strongest winds of the weekend giving us a grand total of Nil, Zero, Zilch, Nothing. So this photograph from a few years back is what I definitely didn’t see. (This was take in the days when I regularly carried around a camera with a very heavy lens, and also had reflexes fast enough to capture birds in flight).