Hit the feeding area today but being a late tide and a 5.7 in height it took nearly 2 hours before enough mud was exposed to bring in the waders. The light was nice as the sun had already started setting as the birds came in. Totals today were extremely low. I was hoping to get at least one flag/colour ringed Red Knot but the Knot flock peaked at just 60+. 30+ Curlew.
12 Oystercatchers, 16 Black Tailed Godwits, 90+ Dunlin, 40+ Redshank and 20 Brent's were pretty much the best it got.
"Fire Ball" as I packed up I just had to take a picture of this setting Sun, It was a great sunset today and the air had that crisp fresh feel but with that subtle feeling that spring is starting to surround, lets see what the weekend brings.....
When I see the sun like this it always makes me think of the time I felt "enlightenment" that feeling of inner peace, all very thought provoking.. and so I think I should pass on a quote:
" What we Anticipate seldom occurs; What we least expect generally happens"