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Coo coo ca choo!

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Darran wrote:
27 Mar 2021 13:18
Some Dog will see it off ? Seriously has everyone bought a dog during lockdown? The ammount of shite everywhere is disgusting although everyone picks it up after they little darlings whenever you mention it. I was coming home yesterday and saw a dog on one of those long leads on someones garden having a shite and the owner standing waiting FFS. And dont mention Aberavon beach never thought id see the day when the works would be the second biggest polluter. Ive also seen grown men with these little designer lapdogs mincing about with no shame whatsoever what is going on?



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They should get a job working for Amazon.



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Another great photo by Jocelyn Anderson.



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Another great photo by Jocelyn Anderson.
Stunning.


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Darran wrote:
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Muteswan wrote:
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Another great photo by Jocelyn Anderson.
Stunning.
She knows how to take a photo. 👏



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03 Apr 2021 13:44
When we moved to Somerset in 2004, hares were a relatively common sight running across the field in front of our house and we sometimes used to see them 'boxing' like this. Sadly, I haven't seen a hare in the field for at least a decade and have often wondered why.



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Took this earlier today on Caswell to Langland path.
I think it’s a scarlet tiger moth.


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