21st January


Original hedgerow with bad light.


Damp with a cold wind.


Each day we have a two-way migration of Rooks and Jackdaws between roosting places and feeding places. This was the return journey after feeding in the local river estuary.


Thiudium tamariscinum is a delicately structured moss that grows in many areas around here.

Last year I showed a picture of a wasp's nest that had been 'agitated'. It looks like badgers have been foraging, because the paper-like combs are now scattered under the excavated entrance hole. Individual cells about 8mm across.

Tortula muralis - a moss - always shouts "photograph me" when I pass it. This group was growing on a mortared joint on a wall.

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