At The Feeder

Visitors to my Garden Bird Feeders and Others

Visitors to My Feeders 1st-15th June 2020

It is now mid June and I’ve once again become part of the wider world.  Six months since my last post is not conducive to building up a readership or forming links with other bloggers.  As I explained in the one solitary January blog – life events took their toll and it was a while before I climbed out of that depression pit..  Currently my garden is a tip as work began yesterday on a much needed make-over.   Prior to that it had become overgrown and plants needed replacing after a 20 month lack of attention.  During this time the feeders were kept full as the sound of the birds did bring some peace of mind.

Enough of the back story – Today is now and the future is tomorrow and it looks good (from a personal point if view). Like the rest of Scotland/Uk I have been in lockdown, and my sanity was kept by working on a model railway layout (see my  Pictures by Walter blog  for the history and current situation). which Susan and I started back in 2015 when she was first diagnosed with her cancer.

Sanity struck back towards end of May and I began to live again not just exist, House was cleaned up, outstanding task completed and arrangements made to have garden renovated and I picked up my camera again.  Like a faithful old friend it sat in place until I needed a photographic fix.

Please click on the image below to see my Facebook Album of “Visitors to my Feeders 1st – 15th June 2020”


Author: walter hampson

Born in Glasgow, Scotland I now reside in Livingston. The journey between those two locations spans Europe and Asia. During that journey my interest in photography was born. However it was not until the digital age my interest become an addiction. Film photography was just a sometime hobby as my interests in the 80's was the new-fangled personal computer, this lasted up until 2004 when I purchased my first digital camera. The combination of computer and digital camera gave me full control of my photography.

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