Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Tuesday, 25 April 2017

Feeding Time

Cotswold Animals

A few weeks ago I visited Cotswold Wildlife park with my wife, while we were there I took quite a few photos with my DSLR but as it had a long lens on I was stuck for close photos so I used my trusty phone

This squirrel was manic and I managed to get a shot of him looking out the class of his enclosure 

Not sure what this little fellow is sat on a branch

Another one contemplating something

You have to love this mother and baby on her back

I was taken by the colour of these birds

Koi Carp

Porcupine who was bigger than I thought (I'm thinking Hedgehog size it was dog size) 

Young Camel

Last time I saw him he was only a few weeks old

Turned into quite a big fellow now

An last the Peacock such a beautiful bird. I will be publishing a longer version in my Exploration Blog in the near Future
Taking Part in Our World Tuesday

Thursday, 20 April 2017

Kisses in the Sky

My wife spotted these while we were in the garden so hd to get a photo

Two kisses for my love

Tuesday, 18 April 2017

Dog's Des Rez

The Acorn

I took a photo of this and featured in Wordless Wednesday a while ago but on a recent visit to Cotswold Wildlife park  I noticed the plaque nearby. The sculpture of  the Acorn is by Joe Smith

Funny I did not notice the plaque last time

The Acorn is a tribute to John Heyworth who founded Cotswold Wildlife Park

Taking Part in Our World Tuesday