Just Birds

Sorry, just birds, with a bit of fish.

I return to the stinking Triangular Pond so beloved by birds. https://www.google.com/maps/place/Triangle+Pond/@26.1720552,127.6541474,893m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x34e569efb7fbab57:0x465dddfa94de705c!8m2!3d26.1720552!4d127.6563361

The Black faced Spoonbill loves the stench. It is a truly rare bird. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black-faced_spoonbill I am so lucky to have such birds so near.

Shorter hours, better pay. You must click twice on all these bad photos to gain maximum joy.

The light is still very dull but I thrill to see the birds. I dread that old men staring at young birds will soon transgress a rule of decency. I get away with it for the moment.

Great White Egret amongst Spoonbills. You must double click on these photos to get super hi-res views,
Northern Shoveler who didn’t get what he wanted for Xmas
Black backed Stilt hopes the Black Ferns style of rugby becomes contagious.
Mrs Shoveler
Great White Egret contemplates 2023
Scruffy Eurasian Teal

I love watching birds.

On my way home I stop off at the Tomari Fish Market to get some hours old fish for dinner.

Huge lobster, difficult to get the scale but as Burns would have it is “as lang’s my arm”
Normal Lobsters
Slabs of Tuna.

Happy New Year everybody!

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