Wednesday, March 09, 2011

Langland to Caswell Bay

Late this afternoon, I walked along the coastal path from Langland Bay to Caswell Bay; and back again.
Only birds of note seen were a Kestrel soaring overhead, and a group of five Choughs, including these two:

On leaving Caswell on my return walk, I looked west towards the setting sun:

On reaching Langland Point, I didn't have to wait long before some attractive colours appeared in the sky:


  1. I saw 5 Chough near Langland towards the end of last year so it's good to see they have made it through the winter. Nice photos.

  2. Really interesting bird and beautiful landscapes. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

  3. Thank you, Jeremy, very much for thinking to vote for my poem. I'll keep you posted. The 10 with the top votes PLUS 10 of the judge's choice go through to the final. The hide in question was the one in Pembrey Country Park. It looks bare at present (and usually looks like Monet's garden in the summer ... though I gather the waterlilies are being removed as they are not indigenous to the area). The digger was obviously in the middle of great soil operations ...

    Your recent posts are truly STUNNING - Mumbles by moonlight, the Waxwings (high on my 'to see' list ... along with the Avocet) and those superb Chough images.