Meeting the Hermits

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Well I gave myself so much to do today that I’m way behind now with writing my Blogs so I’m going to come back to this one which is an interesting one as I got back in the water today … Continued

Whooper Dooper!!

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Another bitter cold Northerly wind today so we decided to stay close to home and wandered over to Drift to see if the Whooper swan and Barnacle Geese were still around. On the way through the village we noticed hundreds … Continued

Rainy days and thursdays

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A Miserable day as days go weather wise but if you’re a positive kind of person like I try to be most of the time then you get out in the rain and shoot the windsurfers and kitesurfers off the … Continued

Bitter Cold wind and then some

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Back on the day job again today with a couple of the Windsurfers and a few kites at marazion.. Andy King out doing his usual flips forwards reverses and generally flying and Ian Blackie Black and I couldn’t quite make … Continued

Aprés Surf Chillax

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As many of you Know, for my day Job I shoot Surfers for my website Splashography , and thats exactly what I’d been doing over on Marazion Beach, albeit small and uncrowded.. it was worthwhile as Images sold within hours … Continued

Window in the Weather

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Was looking reasonable in the Morning but as the day went on the weather got worse with rain and mist, and by did it rain.. We started out at Sandy cove checking out the possible surf with a couple of … Continued

Mating Dance

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Yes its already looking like the tempting is beginning, it was evident today in the Teals starting their dance to attract the females.. maybe they’re just getting a little confused with this winter sun we’ve been having.. Teals are small … Continued

Once Bittern Twice Shy

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Finally, the Bitterns were showing well at Marazion marsh yesterday.. I counted three but it was confirmed there were at least four.. For those unaware of the Bird, its a thickset heron with all-over bright, pale, buffy-brown plumage covered with … Continued