Monday, 20 July 2009

Just Keep Hanging On


Just Keep Hanging On, originally uploaded by julian sawyer.

Just a short walk tonight, following the old paths to the cliffs at Durlston. A very quiet evening, the wind that we have had all day has dropped, probably the calm before the storm. I think we may be in for some rain. Not a lot going on, but it was good to see the resident family of Kestrels keeping close together. The youngsters still screeching at the mother, seemingly unable to fully break into the adult world.
The usual suspects flying along the cliffs, Greater Blackbacks and Herring Gulls making a lot of noise, with the more subdued Shags watching the world go by. No Badgers about tonight, but a big, fat Rabbit sat at the entrance to the set.

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