Brian has set us a challenge, and so I thought I’d sneak in an extra square today so I could take part. He is asking us to share the very last photo on our SD cards, and like his Sacred Kingfisher mine is of a bird. Well two in fact – one is obvious and one is not.

Crow with Sparrowhawk
Skylight

It is the one that is hidden that led me to take an impulse shot on New Year’s Day! Can you spot it? It is lined up with the left trunk of the beech tree. Not a great shot I know, but that can often be the case with impulsive shots!

I also realise it is almost impossible to see, but rest assured there is a Sparrowhawk there. All the other birds disappeared fast before it landed but the crow arrived moments after to investigate. And if you are wondering what makes it a bonus #JanuaryLight square, well the hint of blue of course has made me think of skylight!

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  1. Right after midnight tonight, it is posted 🙂 It was New Year’s Eve afternoon and it was sleeting. This is the light we have been having. Gray, with and without rain or sleet or ice. Sometimes, it’s so dark in the afternoon, it looks like night long before what ought to be sunset.

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    1. It has been so dark this past month or so . . . .we are now though over the darkest (hopefully) and the skies can only get lighter (and I hope our lives too) xx

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      1. They were. I just checked the Squares folder in the Gallery app on this tablet and I still have a couple of blue squares and a few lines squares left over.

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    1. Didn’t need to be square for Brian I just don’t dare not do squares this month!!

      And lovely to have your link here as well, sorry I didn’t make it clearer in my post xx

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