I'll kick off this post with a quick mention of Michele's mum's garden, where there are currently a bunch of fledgling House Sparrows on view. I didn't realise this when I went over on Saturday, and had to make an emergency call to Rob to please bring my camera when he came to pick me up in the early evening. It was getting a bit gloomy by then but thanks to the miracle of high ISOs I still got a few shots.
On Wednesday, I went to Sue's for our usual Wednesday Apprentice-fest. I still can't believe Lordalan fired the lovely Gavin :( Anyway, before all that, we had a little walk in Dunorlan Park in Tunbridge Wells. There wasn't all that much to see. Cloudy and rather chilly weather kept the insects away - the only one of note that I saw was a mono-antennaed scorpion-fly, who I won't embarrass by posting her photo here.
Back at Sue's, I prowled around the garden a bit while Sue ate a bit of leftover Chinese takeaway for her lunch. She left the remains by the garden bench and went off to do some householdy things, and it wasn't long before the unattended food was spotted.