There is also one of these on the entrance to Blythe hill. The ravensbourne side
Must have taken it hours to carve the arched doorway.
I think maybe years)))
Will have to try this again but here is One Tree Hill just before 6pm today as viewed from just out of HOP station
Wow really nice Rebecca! I’ve only ever seen them this side of the river, and only rarely in the garden but really like them. Is bird photography your favourite photography element? You’ve posted some really nice shots on here.
They are such sweet little things. They showed up for the first time ever in my garden last summer, about 10-15. I started feeding the birds from my second floor flat window by sticking window feeders on. I now get so many birds who sit on the elder tree just outside, so its easy to get close shots of them. I even had a jay come to my window! Sometimes I stick my head out and the coal tits are really friendly and land on me! There is also one particular parakeet who just sits on the windowsill and peers in at me - quite hilarious really. And my cats watching it all. Yes I love all wildlife and I love photographing them all. You have great shots too! I’ve always thought it would be great to have a show case of local photographers photography, especially a wildlife themed one!
SE23.life Wildlife Photographer of the Year … sounds like a plan!
I’d totally be up for it!
I’m sure SE23 is in this picture somewhere.
That there is pure class! Love that!