There’s so much wildlife to see around Ilfracombe, North Devon.
I looked over the fence and saw a mother duck and her fleet of ducklings. Unfortunately, there were three male ducks trying to mate with her, explaining the noise as she fought them off.
This morning I saw bluebells flowering in Bicclescombe Park in Ilfracombe, North Devon . . .
This pigeon landed in a tree in Bicclescombe Park in Ilfracombe, North Devon, looking very pleased with himself. He had a twig or something similar in his beak, possibly nesting material.
The daffodils in Bicclescombe Park just get better each day and I couldn’t resist taking a few close-up photos.
It feels and looks like spring in the park as everything wakes up.
At Bicclescombe Park Ilfracombe, North Devon, the sun seemed to want to play tennis . . .
The alarm clock seems to have gone off for many plants which are springing to life.
In Bicclescombe Park, the East Wilder Brook is flowing fast and I was reminded of some video footage I took in July 2009. I’ve just looked it out and uploaded it.
Such a beautiful day, although the ducks in Bicclescombe Park this morning did not too lively and one stared me out . . .
Thinking of the residents of Cockermouth in Cumbria and hoping that they can return to normal life as soon as possible after the floods, it struck me how powerful water is.
I took my camera with me yesterday to record what a beautiful, tranquil spot this is, even when it’s cold and grey.
If you know Ilfracombe, you may know Bicclescombe Park, a delightfully peaceful haven hidden towards the Score Valley.