Thursday, April 26, 2007

The View from Bed

Dusk colours accent the different new leaves in the forest

Sunrise is in my face every morning,
and the birdsong is intense from well before Dawn.

Looking South, late morning

Looking North, late morning

And, a pheasant Hen, sitting tight in the afternoon sunlight


Anonymous said...

That's a spectacular view, Ed! What animals can you hear at night, out of interest?

ed iglehart said...

foxes, deer, owls, and LOADS of waterfowl on the highest tides at midnight.
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