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  1. This wave cloud appeared for a few minutes when I was out today. I have seen high level versions of these but this was sea fret/low cloud at the cliffs. The attached map shows direction of the view as an orange arrow and the wind direction with a blue arrow. The cliffs are around 400ft at this location. Has anyone seen anything like this before.
    14 points
  2. From the album: General Weather Shots

    Formed rapidly from a convergence line.
    10 points
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  4. © Piers Palmer

    8 points
  5. Nice Matmus today while doing the school run .
    8 points
  6. Decided to move the camera to the very bottom of the garden in the more secluded bit to have a better view of my favourite visitors :)
    8 points
  7. Not a great pic, but neglected corners can reveal nice surprises. He's been lurking in this weedy area for a day or two, hopefully with a nearby nest. Bullfinches have, I believe, adapted to feeders in some areas, but this is only the second time I have observed one. The first occasion was some ago.
    8 points
  8. © Piers Palmer

    7 points
  9. I think I had just finished eating a pack of crisps before grabbing the camera, hence the blobby image. I you are planning to visit Scotland during the pandemic, please consult the official gov.scot website for advice and guidance.
    7 points
  10. Newly fledged Swallow chick makes a rather inelegant return flight to the nest. Given the late arrival and dearth of swallows this year, I was so pleased to watch this successful brood of four fledge. The adults are starting a new family, I think. They should have just about enough time.
    7 points
  11. Panorama of a shelf cloud taken on the 17th June 2020 in Bedford, UK. Produced a few evil rumbles and torrential rain.
    7 points
  12. I think someone has discovered the camera!
    7 points
  13. We have a family of foxes, of which this vixen is the tamest, coming to hand for treats. Here she sits in the snow on 25 January 2021 waiting to be fed. Our sledging tracks are behind!

    © ian Docwra

    6 points
  14. Apologies for the slightly blurry photo - this was taken at a really awkward position right outside my window so I couldn't use a tripod!
    6 points
  15. Taken from the 16th June and enhanced the image a bit. If things go to plan, a video of this particular bolt could appear on Britain's Wildest Weather 2020, which will air on Channel 4.

    © Zak Messenger

    6 points
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  18. A Speckled Wood butterfly, ready and poised to see off the passing Small Whites.
    6 points
  19. From the album: Comet NEOWISE 12/07 - 13/07/2020 Herne Bay, Kent

    Shot of NEOWISE at 23:55 sitting around 15° to my NW in between two houses.

    © Jamie M

    6 points
  20. I snapped this littleTreecreeper through the window during a sunny interlude. The colours of the various mosses and algae on the bark of the birch tree are amazing as is the wee bird's ability to meld into the background.
    5 points
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  22. Wall Cloud Structure formed over Chagford, North Bovey
    5 points
  23. For farmers and road users the numbers of deer can be a nuisance, but Roe Deer do have a certain graceful beauty.
    5 points
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