Going Home (back to the UK!)

Now that I live in Perth, Australia, I try to get back home to the UK once every two years to spend much needed quality time with family and friends. My latest visit was in April/May 2016. Apart from returning to my beloved Pagham, West Sussex I spent a week at the Lizard Peninsula in West Cornwall with my daughter Jennifer. This is another wonderful stunning spot.

The following photos are just a few of those I took on holiday this year.

Northern Sea Wall – Pagham

An important nature reserve. There is something very special about this place – it is good for the soul – I love this landscape, the colours, the smell, the sounds.

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Love is in the Air

A trio of Pelican photographs – I didn’t realise how lucky I was with the last shot until after I had taken it. A good example of having the camera on continuous shooting! These were taken at the Mandurah Estuary over the Easter weekend.


Birdbath Antics

I have a birdbath in our front garden and for a long time it was devoid of much birdlife (unless they always visited when I was at work). But suddenly they seemed to cotton on to the fact that there was an ample and regular supply of water available for the taking, and now we get quite a lot of bird life visiting, not least the beautiful but very noisy Rainbow Lorikeets. They are funny to watch as they disagree with each other and jostle for prime position.