When I first arrived I could see a snow shower approaching and took a few shots before taking cover in some holly trees.
It was pretty heavy too!
The snow shower moving off...
...towards Beer Head. The Cliffs in the foreground are at Weston.
There's plenty of gorse and bracken.
Some nice grassy slopes similar to the ones at Branscombe Mouth.
And for the days when I'm feeling energetic. I nice walk down to Salcombe Mouth.
This prominent rock is known as the 'frog stone' for obvious reasons.
There are also some nice wooded areas.
View over Sidmouth
Nice view of my house too.
There were lots of these in the gorse bushes.
All in all what's not to like, there's some great habbo, let's just hope I see some good birds. Fingers crossed!
We've been at our new home four just over four months now and although we haven't got our own garden my 'garden bird list' isn't too shabby at 35 species. Considering I can't put any feeders out I've been amazed at the amount of birds just feeding on naturally occurring seeds in the shrubs outside the flat.
The gardens out front. The buddleias are especially popular with Goldfinches in particular but just last week I was thrilled to see this feeding on them....
A gorgeous male Siskin.