The thaw is on but London water bodies are still largely frozen. In Kensington Gardens this morning, a few Skylarks were heading north and both Great Tit and Mistle Thrush were singing, a sign now that the winter is rapidly progressing and some species at least are once again pairing and preparing to breed. At least two pairs of Mute Swans were displaying beautifully in patches in the ice.
wow Faser, yet another stunning set!
You have very good photos in your blog.
the last one is great!
all the others are just plain wonderful...
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