After entering the site walking down one of the first paths i have spotted a male Migrant Hawker perched in a gorse bush , but after just 3 shots its gone!
then a female ............. which also does a flyer :(
i have not seen any more and have walked through a wetland marsh area with nothing to be seen flying either. although its quite windy out in the open.
a nice garden cross spider
having walked around this thatched roof bird hide we have come to a boardwalk edged in tall reeds, it is very sheltered and there are loads of Migrants sheltering from the wind,
even though i only have my 14 -40mm lens i will try shooting these dragons as they look fairly cold and should not fly off when i get really close to them.
a male on my finger, i do have a habit of getting these type of shots :)
and a Female , showing its different colours
so strange seeing sails crossing fields :D
I have found a beautifully perched male on this reed stem :)
it has started raining, so that's the last dragon shot for today , walking around the reserve i take a few random images then quickly back to the car before we get soaked!
back to the caravan to wake up the dogs :)
Ooops Chester doesn't look to happy!
The end of our week in Norfolk , in the morning its a beautiful blue sky! Arghhhhhhhhhh
a few images of Grove farm barns where we stayed , it has holiday cottages as well as caravan site
the field where we stayed , very quiet.
a last image from Norfolk :)