Greylags in the mist
The weather forecast today said to expect a mixture of sun and cloud. It neglected to mention that the cloud would reach all the way down to the ground, and the sun would present only occasionally as a vague area of brightness behind the murk.
I have images that are much foggier than this, but the Greylags came so low over my head that they were quite clearly visible. And audible. If the one that's making most of the noise here, in the centre of the image, had been to the talk R and I went to the other night, by Chris Packham and Rob Goldstein, he'd have known that overlapping subjects are completely unacceptable, and he'd have dropped down into the gap below him.
You just cannot get the staff.
And now: this week's Tiny Tuesday results. You made it pretty hard for me this week - so thanks for that - but in the end I did manage to whittle down my favourites to a manageable number.
In no special order, this week's hearts go to:
And - again, in no particular order - my Honourable Mentions this week go to:
Please do go and take a look at all of these lovely images - I'm confident you'll enjoy them. Next week will be my last at the helm of Tiny Tuesday, so I hope you'll all play, and make my job even tougher than it was this week! The tag will be TT183.