Sunday, 22 November 2015

Silent Sunday - November 22nd 2015



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  1. What a gorgeous sky. Are those birds coming in to roost in the tops of trees for the evening?

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    1. Yes Sarah. Ben came in and said there were hundreds but this was the best photo of the several photos I took, even though it had fewer birds in it. This morning we woke to our first proper frost so the crows must have been roosting together for warmth.

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  2. Brrr that looks wintery, did you see how un-wintery my garden still looks? I guess it is late November now, so it's time....

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    1. Not yet - reading your posts is on my to do list today ....

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  3. Hi Rosie, I get a feeling of space looking at your photo. Looks chilly too.

    xx

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    1. It was and there were actually far more birds than this picture shows.

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  5. What a beautiful sky, I love the silhouettes of the birds.

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  6. I love this calming photo, and the colours in the sky

    Thank you for linking up

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    1. It was wonderful to see too and hasn't happened since.

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  7. Beautiful photo, so calm and I just love a clear sky at this time of year.

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    1. So do I although we also great some great cloud formations here too. This morning the moon was shining through thin clouds giving what looked like a monochrome sunset ... before dawn!

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  8. This is beautiful, I love the birds flying out of the tree such a stunning autumn shot x

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    1. Me too and there were so many of them. They would all fly in and then something in the roosting plan would upset them so up into the sky they'd go again. They took ages to settle.

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  9. i love this shot. we get fruit bats going over at night, screeching and carrying on, as well as lorikeets etc. it can be very noisy at sunset!

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    1. I can imagine how noisy fruit bats are. These crows were cawing but not particularly loudly.

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