Thursday, March 29, 2007

Wild life

Nic has been blogging since before he knew what a blog was.

He was one of the first people to comment on my blog and since then I have closely followed the fortunes of his family and local amphibians over at Planarchy.

Now he has a fabulous new website. It’s exactly what the title suggests. You must go over and see for yourself at
London Daily Nature photo.

Hello again - I'm glad you remembered to come back to my place.

Nic has inspired me to go out with my camera and record some wildlife in Greater Manchester.

You think I’m going to show you a picture of binge drinking in Market Street don’t you?

Well - sorry to disappoint you - but here’s some lovely blossom.

Bet you can’t spot the *odd duck out * in this pic.

That pigeon (or feral rock dove as we birders call it) looks like one of those designer lights.

Finally, You’ve heard of a blue arsed fly -

What about a Blue Arsed Sheep?

Perhaps I’ll leave it to Nic. Don’t forget to visit him every day.

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Blogger Dave G said...

I had a look at your pal Nics site and he does take some remarkable photographs, nowhere near as good as yours of course but still quite good.

11:32 am  
Blogger Murph said...

Nice pics. We don't get such exotic wildlife out here in Norfolk due to the regular blitzing from the aptly named Aggro Chemical Industry.

I think I've seen your blue-arsed sheep on ewe-tube. With my yellow poo we could turn David Cameron properly green!

1:02 pm  
Blogger stephen with a ph said...

Just wanted to congratulate you on a great blog
The use of photos has inspired me

1:47 pm  
Blogger MJ said...

No goats with orange gonads?

4:21 pm  
Blogger Geoff said...

That's highlighter pen you've used on that sheep. You can't fool me.

5:09 pm  
Blogger KAZ said...

You are a man of infinite taste and judgement... when it comes to blue arses.

Thankyou so much (NOT) for bringing your scatological comments to my blog. I’ll have to disinfect it now.

That pigeon looks like it's been blitzed with something unnatural.

Hello Stephen.
Thanks. I know all about pH because I used to be a chemist.
pH = -log[H+]
Sorry just testing.

Can’t remember what you call a female goat - but let’s hope she thinks ‘The future’s ORANGE’

Why the porn mag?

Not me - perhaps it was Farmer Giles.

7:35 pm  
Blogger stitchwort said...

Farmer Giles is nearer the mark. It's probably a mark to show who owns the sheep, or it might be from a bag of dye hung round the neck of the ram, so that the farmer can tell which ewes have been *covered* by the ram. That's if they're old-fashioned enough to use a ram, and not go hi-tech and get the vet in with his/her AI kit.

8:01 pm  
Blogger Anxious said...

Doesn't he spell it NiC, though? ;)

8:34 pm  
Blogger KAZ said...

You can’t fool me - it was that indigo you were talking about recently.
Poor old Ram - obviously the loser in the sex war.

Anx: You are right of course - I’ll go and find my red pen.
Welcome back.

10:02 pm  
Anonymous NiC said...

:) LOL (really!) Kaz... excellent.

I particularly like the Feral Rock Dove.

9:35 am  
Blogger I, like the view said...

I like the blossom!

4:22 pm  
Blogger KAZ said...

He speaks well of you too!
Good luck with the site.

I think it's hawthorn.

6:45 pm  
Blogger tony said...

The Manchester sheep look really happy.'Round my way,they just look worried all the time...........

5:20 pm  
Blogger KAZ said...

These urban sheep just love the culture.
Pre Raphaelites, opera ..that sort of thing.

7:21 pm  
Blogger coobuddha said...

How did you get the ducks to all look in the same direction? You must have been a bloody good teacher!

8:41 pm  
Blogger KAZ said...

I just raise my left eyebrow.

9:03 pm  

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