The Lozarithm Lens

By lozarithm

Curzon Street Cemetery #2 (Wednesday 14 July 2021)

It was a very warm Woody Wednesday this morning, and quite a timely one as neighbours M&K came over to offer me their Skimmia japonica, pulled up during their garden renovations and with a root ball too large for their pots. A large part of the morning was spent working out where it could go and then Refna digging it in at a spot where it could be seen from the driveway.

In the Front Yard another campanula has flowered and was being enjoyed by the local insect life.

In the afternoon I returned to the cemetery's Memorial Garden, this time armed with reading matter and a telephoto lens. Initially there was no sign of any small birds, but a blackbird did show up by way of compensation. That isn't litter in the frame by the way, it's fallen rose petals.

Later on there were a few visits by a singing wren, but it proved impossible to photograph amongst the foliage this time. Most of the time it was singing it was completely out of sight, and sometimes quite a way away. I will try again.

Wednesday 14.7.2021 (1856 hr)

Blip #3484 (#3234 + 250 archived blips taken 27.8.1960-18.3.2010)
Consecutive Blip #010
Blips/Extras In 2021 #140/266 + #079/100 Extras
Day #4130 (902 gaps from 26.3.2010)
LOTD #2627 (#2467 + 160 in archived blips)

Calne series
Curzon St Cemetery series
Birds series
Outdoor Places I Have Sat In series

Taken with Pentax K-5 and Pentax HD P-DA 55-300 mm F4-5.8 ED WR lens

Lozarhythm Of The Day:
Julie London - Bye bye blackbird (recorded live, 28 May 1964, Japan)
with Bob Enevoldsen (acoustic bass)


One year ago:
Berhills Farm

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