Monthly Archives: November 2018

Autumn At The Lodge

With winter fast approaching , it’s time to look back at some of the fantastic autumn colours produced at the RSPB, headquarters,  The Lodge, Sandy Beds. Being fortunate to work there, I was able to capture over the past month a good number of changes in the colours available, as changes were happening every day.… Read More »

Norfolk Creations

Last week the plan was to visit friends in Cromer for a couple of hours, them make tracks to my digs for the night, Gt Yarmouth. So it was a early start via Mildenhall to see what it about, only KC-135 tankers not worth a blog on those this time. Left the Hall at 11-30… Read More »

Seals at Horsey 11-11-18

A weekend visit to Norfolk to take in the sights, one of which was a short visit to Horsey Gap for the Grey seals, as it is the start of the pupping season. So after breakfast it was the short trip from Gt Yarmouth, a 20 min drive along the coastal road driving  through a… Read More »

Halloween Moods 31-10-18

It’s that time of year when things go bump in the night, all in the name of Halloween. Halloween  also named as the feast of All Hallows day, it is also a time were children celebrate by dressing up in frightening mask and costumes. I decided to take a look around my local town of Biggleswade,… Read More »