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Good Morning Everyone,

On our recent trip to North Yorkshire, we stayed on a site which had three quite large lakes. They were a magnet for local fishermen (who I will show you later) and for wild birds.

Please click on Time for an Evening Swim to see the details much clearer, particularly the goose's eye.

The largest of these birds were the Canada Geese. They regularly crossed between the lakes and though they spent much of their time grazing, they always went for an evening dip in the water. This suited me fine, for th light was much better at that time of the day.

Here you can see a small group of the birds heading towards the cooling water. I had to smile, when I saw that they were using one of the fishermen's casting pontoons as their launch point!

I will add another photograph as a workshop, showing a family group.

Have a lovely day, Bev :-)

It has been forecast as a scorching day in the U.K., today, with temperatures reaching record heights for the month. At the w/e, cooler weather should be on its way to break the drought.

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Additional Photos by Beverley Robinson (Royaldevon) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 9491 W: 373 N: 21980] (86364)
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