Thursday, 20 September 2012

Buffy the mudflat Stonker

The last few days have been mainly spent looking but not seeing. However a change in wind direction is occurring, from the loached west, to blessed east. So what will it bring? Lets hope there is both quality and quantity, everything the eastcoast is famous for at this time of year...!

But until the birds start falling from the skies like siberian hailstones breaking our faces with their stellar forms, here's one last homage to the westerly dominated weather of the past few the form of a charming spritely juvenile Buff-breasted Sandpiper up the road at Goswick:

This highly scalloped crippler showed well in the dull morning light, enhancing its peachyness. What a rotter!

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