There was a patch of sunlight, about a foot square, on either side of the bridge and the Moorhen family were doing there very best to stay out of it! Finally, with a huge amount of luck, all six chicks and the important bit of mum and dad mad it into the Sun.
No hide needed for this shot, Mr & Mrs Moorhen have chosen the stream that runs through town as home again.
Not as save as you might think, a couple of years ago a big dog Otter decided to come here for lunch!
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Sunday, 8 May 2011
at May 08, 2011
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