Monday, 13 September 2010

Not A Swallow


Not A Swallow, originally uploaded by julian sawyer.

One of the most striking and memorable parts of yesterdays wander was the incredible amount of Swallows and Martins that hugged the cliff tops in a constant stream. Over 3000 birds an hour were counted by the rangers at Durlston. I lost count of the number of shots I took, but all were blurred. Luckily, this little chap (a young Stonechat I think, but feel free to correct that) was quite a bit slower.

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