It was cold at Lackford Lakes.

This post was originally published on January 22, 2020.

So, after an exciting trip to the hospital for the annual CT scan on 21st January, we went to Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s nature reserve at Lackford Lakes for coffee and cake. Parts of the lakes were still frozen, but we still saw 31 different bird species. Photography was difficult because the light was not great most of the time, and the Kingfisher insisted on sitting in the bushes. Here are a few photos from later in the day when the sun did break through.

Lackford Lakes 21/01/2020
Lackford Lakes 21/01/2020
Lackford Lakes 21/01/2020

Visual Composer Abandoned – For Now

Having created some nice blogs with Visual Composer we discovered that Blog posts which were either created or edited with this programme couldn’t be seen by much of the big wide world either properly or at all. So the blog will just be written with WordPress functionality, at least in the short-term. Most of the Blog posts which used Visual Composer have been deleted.

Saturday 11th January 2020

We haven’t been far in January so far but have been busy at home. A calendar contain 12 of our favourite photos from 2019 has been prepared and printed by Photobox and looks good hanging in the kitchen.

Just so I can see what it looks like here is a photo from a visit to the fine city of Norwich just before Christmas. It is the (now) annual Tunnel of Light.