Sunday, 16 April 2017

A beautiful Easter Saturday yesterday. Wall to wall sun, a bit of a chilly breeze, but always good to blow away the cobwebs. Loads of people were out and about on the reserve enjoying themselves, and the forecast is good for today too. Not so sunny, but the wind has dropped right out. Here's a wee set of photos to give you a flavour. Liza.

Blue sky, yellow gorse, the small of coconut, the buzzing of bumble bees and the twittering of linnets...

There is much argie bargie going on with the mute swans on the Mire Loch. Two pairs are vying for the territory, lots of chasing, both in the air and on the water, and some fighting too. The body language in this shot speaks for itself - the pursuer is not amused, and the pursued is paddling as fast as it can!

Someone has been having fun stone stacking at Burnmouth Harbour - getting ready for the World Stonestacking Championships in Dunbar next weekend perhaps?

The reserve car park was full to capacity - there is more parking down in the village, so don't let it put you off!

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