Thank you one and all for your kind support, it means so much, and I'm glad to say that I am improving, and so is my daughter. And my friend and mentor who was very ill indeed, has also made a miraculous recovery. Your prayers and mine were answered. Thank you!
Tuesday, 10 January 2023
Early morning sky shot.
Waterlogged field on the farm. I was trying to see where the birds made their nests in the stone crevices, but was unable to get there.
This leaf was hanging on.
Coal Tit on a familiar perch.
Another Coal Tit, looking right at me.
Two Green finch captures. They hog the Sunflower seed planter.
Jays are easier to spot now that the leaves have fallen from the trees.
A closer shot of the above Jay.
Some new growth.
Jay in the shade.
Three different Blue Tit captures.
Indecisive squirrel. He's not sure if he should climb the tree, or come down and climb up to my balcony.
Image taken just before take off.
The Crested Tit framed in yellow Autumn colour.
I'm not sure when I took this photo. The Robin is a favourite of so many of you so I'm including it in this post.
The Great Tit image was taken from my balcony.
I took a small soft wood cutting of the Echium candicans plant last year, and now it has five leaf heads. I hope it produces the showy blue flower spikes this year. The plant is in a corner of my balcony, looks healthy, and is surrounded by Vinca Menor, Blue Periwinkle I will share the first Echium flower whenever it appears.
Hopefully each of the leaf heads should produce a flower like this one. Common name Pride of Madeira.
Paula sent me a winter sunset photo to share with you.
I have a doctors appointment tomorrow, 11th of January. I hope my family doctor prescribes some injections that have helped me previously, so that I can fully return to blogging. Until then, I leave you with this post. I will visit as soon as I am able.