While having grandson Oliver to stay last week our days out where of wild life and nature reserves.
Here we are at one of our local RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds) reserves next to The River Thames
Looking down on the Blue Dragonflies
did not manage to capture them on my camera
Spying a Frog
Many board walks cross the marshes and waterways
He spotted a Heron, Godwits, and a Marsh Harrier and three flocks of Canadian Geese circling
Not another photograph!
An old discarded Ant Hill with tunnels running through it
Grandma decided not to go through the tunnels but just walk to the top!
Then half way round Oliver thought he would explore a turn stile! Of course it was a one-way style! We had no choice but to follow him, especially as the river was just over the bank.
So tea and cakes and ice-cream at the visitors centre (where we had lunch) instead of completing the walk.
We had walked the riverside before lunch.
Boys will be boys