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Dodder diary, 9 October 2009

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While barred clouds bloom the soft-dying day

Borrowing from Keats ‘To Autumn’ again today. It matches the gloomy grey day here today perfectly.

I saw the Dipper in the same place today, but it was too fast flitting around the place to get a pic. There are two regular herons, one up beside the waterfall at the end of our road and the other down by the footbridge. I wonder are they related?

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Light and shade through the trees.All images on this website are © Sheila O'Kelly

One of the two regular herons. All images on this website are © Sheila O'Kelly

One of the two regular herons. All images on this website are © Sheila O'Kelly

Path through the seasons. © Sheila O'Kelly

Path through the seasons. All images on this website are © Sheila O'Kelly

Trees mark their path. All images on this website are © Sheila O'Kelly

Trees mark their path. All images on this website are © Sheila O'Kelly

View from the park back to one of the waterfalls. All images on this website are © Sheila O'Kelly

View from the park back to one of the waterfalls. All images on this website are © Sheila O'Kelly

Spilling over the railing. All images on this website are © Sheila O'Kelly

Spilling over the railing. All images on this website are © Sheila O'Kelly

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Written by SOKNH

October 9, 2009 at 15:57

Posted in Dodder Diary

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