Back at home I did a few household chores, and also did some light work around my small garden ponds, clearing out some of the rotting leaves so as not to lose all the oxygen from the water. Whilst in the garden many Tit species were whizzing to and fro, not really caring if I was there or not, I also watched 4 ROBINS, they all thrust out there big red breasts at each other ( that doesn't sound right does it!!) bobbing and weaving in threat display.
At times the fog looked like lifting, prompting me to point the camera out of the window, but any brightness didn't last more than a few minutes, and the fog didn't lift till gone 15:00hrs.
I took some interesting, if not very sharp photo's, not much can be done in that kind of light.
|Coal Tit, reaching its destination :-)|
|I love the way this LONG TAILED TIT is hanging on by one leg :-)|
|Gripping a lump of fat with the other leg, shame it was so dull out there|
|I added a bit of positive exposure on this shot, as it was against the light.|