Friday, 3 May 2013

Sunset, Robins and a Curious Fox

Another wonderful evening walk, this time from home in Swanage to the cliffs at Durlston with the added bonus of a trip to Poole Harbour to watch the Sun go down.
Anvil Point Lighthouse was looking as splendid as it always does. Regardless of the weather this place is always worth a visit, but bathed in the evening sunshine it is just about perfect.
Robins seemed to be everywhere, singing louder than the growing numbers of newly arrived Whitethroats and looking very smart in the golden light.
On the way home we were joined by a Fox, always good to see and one of three that we got a glimpse of.








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