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    Waiting for the Kingfisher

    The sun was out - the clouds formed a pleasing backdrop and a pretty lady to accompany me on our canal walk. A number of butterflies around with bumble bees and wasps - spring must be here.

    Anne waits patiently for the Kingfisher to show - but does it? Watch this space - meanwhile a scene from the trip.

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    Excuse the telephone cables/lines - a rural spot.

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    Re: Waiting for the Kingfisher

    He finally made an appearance until he noticed our presence and went off at quite a speed. Managed to get him, albeit he was almost hidden in the undergrowth.





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