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Posts Tagged ‘spring’

How many frogs?

Posted by Jackie on March 21, 2010

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I know this blog is on a bit of a hiatus, but after a few weeks of work and a few days of a nasty tummy bug, I thought I’d go for a restorative walk round Queen’s Park, and try out my new zoom lens at the same time. At the small pond there were lots of people pointing and taking photos, and when I got close I saw why. There was quite a bit of X-rated froggy activity going on, and lots and lots of spawn already.

I can see 12 frogs in this picture – can you see any more?

(I’ll show a couple of views I took over the next couple of days to show off my new toy).

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Spring leaves

Posted by Jackie on April 22, 2009

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These trees in Queen’s Park give the game away – spring is definitely here (if someone could just tell the temperature that, that would be appreciated!!).

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Spring’s coming!

Posted by Jackie on March 4, 2009

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The crocuses are out in Queen’s Park, and there are daffs emerging too, so in the next couple of weeks it should be a riot of yellow. I was really pleased with this picture, the contrast of the dead winter leaves and the new spring life 🙂

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