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Wading through my pictures

  Dunlin roosts on the shingle of the beach It has been a while since I last wrote a blog post. I have been suffering from writer's block since my father passed away. A great deal has been happening and I just have not been able to "put pen to paper" so to speak. Whilst I have been not up to doing much blogging my photography hobby has really been good therapy. I have enjoyed wonderful sunrises, magnificent sunrises, and starry skies and had great company with my friends who have been great support whilst I have been dealing with some difficult times. Magnificent sunrise On the bird front, I have been focused on waders this year and spent quite a bit of time in the Trecco Bay area of Porthcawl.  I love a trip to the seaside and I really enjoy getting close to waders when the opportunity arises as usually at my local reserve at Goldcliff wader birds tend to be quite distant at the best of times. Ringed Plovers line up on the shingle beach Several trips to Trecco have resul

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