Monday, 7 December 2009

More Sarre Mill Pictures

Sorry no morning walk this morning, so no pictures of it, as one of my children has a cold, something that effects logistics.

A few more pictures of Sarre Mill that I missed and didn’t publish yesterday including a couple taken from one of the widows showing Reculver and the wind farm in the distance.

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  1. Are those hibernating harlequin ladybirds?

  2. 00.11 One was awake I have added another picture at the bottom of the page of pictures to illustrate this.

    Both lots were fairly high up in the mill so lots of zoom and not much light so they are a bit fuzzy.


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