Once home from work, I ate lunch from the comfort of my garden bench, where I noticed the honey bees on the crocus', the first bees this year. I wolfed down my sandwich and went and got my camera, I put on my 70-300mm canon lens with a 36mm extension tube, and tried to get some close up bee images, but after over half an hour all I had were some rubbish shots! More practise needed I think, the best shot I got was of this Crocus, but the bee had gone! :-)
|A touch of spring :-)|
I didn't really see that much at all actually, only KESTREL and BUZZARD were of note at the Tree Nursery, and GOLDCREST, PIED WAGTAIL and SPARROWHAWK at the Greenhouse Grounds, but I did see three more Tortoiseshell Butterflies there though, a hopeful sign for this decreasing species.