Another gorgeous, cute and beautiful fly. The macro photographer’s friend – there is never a shortage of flies.
My plan has worked. Buy a huge hi-tech combination oven and it might make the Missus want to bake. She baked. I photographed. We ate. Nom nom.
The Tulips are doing very well this Spring. This is good news.
The Peregrine Falcon was used in falconry for more than 3,000 years, beginning with nomads in central Asia. Due to its ability to dive at high speeds, it was highly sought-after and generally used by experienced falconers Peregrine Falcons are also occasionally used to scare away birds at airports to reduce the risk of bird-plane strikes, improving air-traffic safety, and were used to intercept homing pigeons during World War II.
The Gran Canaria Hotel, Folkestone, Kent. A sea front hotel with balcony, 24 rooms, en-suite showers, bed & breakfast, family suites, private parking and a lift to all floors. Allegedly.
Clearly I could have posted this Bunny at Easter, but I forgot I had the picture. Better late than never. Awwwwww.
The feet of a Hill Mynah Bird. Scratchy.
The Clifton Suspension Bridge is a suspension bridge spanning the Avon Gorge, and linking Clifton in Bristol to Leigh Woods in North Somerset, England. Designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, it is a landmark that is used as a symbol of Bristol. It is a grade I listed building. We drove over it by mistake.