Jul 082012
 

I photographed Carsington Water, in Derbyshire 9 months ago when the water levels there were at an ALL TIME LOW.

 
 
What a difference now, when we have had effectively nearly 3 months of continuous rain. The reservoir is now the complete opposite, brim full as never before. This morning it was another grey day, more like November weather than early July. A fine adult Yellow-legged Gull was probably the best bird of the morning. Also 4 Oystercatcher, 2 Speckled Wood and 4 Meadow Brown butterflies.
 
 
 
 
Carsington October 2011                                                         Carsington 8th July 2012
 
 
Adult Yellow-legged Gull
 
 
Adult Yellow-legged Gull
 
 
Adult Yellow-legged Gull
 
 
 
Speckled Wood – second generation male                     Speckled Wood – female
 
 
Cormorant – immature
 
 
Great Crested Grebe
 
 
Tufted Duck – adult drake
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