Saturday, 17 February 2018


On one of my walk recently I saw this beautifully marked cat in Bangor.
I am linking with SATURDAY CRITTERS.

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Friday, 16 February 2018


It is time again for The Weekend Roundup and Weekend Reflections memes and today's letter is G, Favourite and Green. For today’s walk we are in Newtownards, a town 5 miles away from me and we are walking round Kiltonga Nature Reserve.

I am walking round with my friend Sue and as I stepped out of the car, I immediately saw this GROUP of Black headed GULLS with withered GRASSES behind them.  Then up comes a GREYLAG GOOSE who seemed to be practising his GOOSE - step

Here comes Sue with her new GROOVY shoes walking on the GROUND next to the GREEN GRASS and this Robin below looks like he has GOT a firm GRIP on that branch.

When we started our walk the weather was lovely and above is just a image of part of the lake we were walking round with some Tufted ducks.   Suddenly there were very dark clouds and this is when I photographed the next 3 images and framed them.  The first one I added a bit of soft to it but I thought the dark sky and the light on the trees were fabulous and these are my FAVOURITES this week (yes 3 I cannot choose!)

We knew it was GOING to rain but not before we saw this Little GREBE, Coot,  GRACEFUL Mute Swan, male and female GALDWALL and two Herons looking like two GRUMPY old men!

We passed this beautiful little area that they have set aside as a

We just made it back to the car before the raining came 
and this car GAVE us a GOOFY GRIN.

As I was passing Ward Park coming home, I photographed the GORGEOUS
 GREEN GRASS of the bowling GREENS surrounded by the GREEN railings.

Thank you for coming on this walk with me and I am glad we did not get wet.  
So where will we go next week I wonder.

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Thursday, 15 February 2018


On one of my walk last week I visited Balloo Wetlands in Bangor.
 I saw this Heron on top of this fence.
I am linking with GOOD FENCES.

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Wednesday, 14 February 2018

Balloo Wetland

On one of my walk last week I visited Balloo Wetlands in Bangor.  
I saw this Heron, male and female Mallard and Moorhen.

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Tuesday, 13 February 2018


On one of my walk last week down at our Bangor Marina I saw this Black Guillemot had practically got all its summer plumage already.
I am linking with WILD BIRD WEDNESDAY.

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Monday, 12 February 2018


  The Giant's Ring dates from the Neolithic period and was built around 2700BC, so it predates the Egyptian pyramids.  i thought i would share this interesting site with you. I am linking this post with Through My Lens.

It can be found near the Shaw's Bridge crossing of the River Lagan in Belfast, Northern Ireland, a point which has been used as a crossing of the river since at least the Stone Age.  The original purpose of the monument was most likely as a meeting place or as a memorial to the dead.

The site is a State Care Historic Monument and has ASAI (Area of Significant Archaeological Interest) status.

Danny, one of my bird class took photograph some years ago and we thank him for letting me share it with others.  More informmation can be found HERE.

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Sunday, 11 February 2018


 Be still, and know that I am God. I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth!” 

Photographed at Bangor Marina 
6 February 2018

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