One week catch up

Here is a quick round up of some pictures from the last seven days…

Snow on the ground always provides a new way of seeing familiar shapes:

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Likewise, ice gives new form to familiar places

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The ducks spent a lot of time eating snow and ice

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or just blending in

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The pigs just take it in their stride

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Bird numbers around the feeders have been high. There were up to a hundred tits and other small birds in the trees and bushes around this feeder this morning

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By contrast, a walk through the surrounding fields is very quiet.

On our patch the Blue Tits are ever present

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and the Robins can always be relied on to pop up

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different individuals each having their own territory (although this is the same one!)

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Here the starlings head off to roost at the end of the day

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It is very seldom to have a day without some bit brightness in the sky

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or on the surrounding hills

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and shafts of light provide new images as the year shifts their angle

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