5th-11th August 2019
They say time is relative, this week I have completely understood this concept. It only seems like yesterday that I had posted my latest weekly and now I am typing my next one.
I really don’t know where my time has gone, I’ve constantly felt like I am trying to catch up with myself all week (am I making sense?). Work commitments, family life and a new camera may have contributed to this but it could also just be one of those weeks.
There is a grand total of two photographs for this weekly, one House sparrow and one juvenile Robin (I think; correct me if I am wrong).
Although they could be classed as just “common birds” I find them fascinating, I am very thankful to have so many reside in this area. They are such fun to watch; constantly jostling for the best position on the feeder.
It doesn’t matter how many times I photograph the same species I always manage to see something different, something new.
Talking about “something new” (yes that is a cheesy link!) alongside this blog; in pushing the boundaries of exhibiting my photography, I entered a local “fete” in the wildlife photography category.
Even though I didn’t place; it was a huge positive step for me. I am always unsure of my own shots, I’m hoping this pushes me to improve and maybe re-enter next year! I will include the two entered photos with this weekly.
I hope you enjoy them and fingers crossed for more wildlife next week.