More weed on its way.
The male, I assume, on the left seems unsure what to do next.
Is it past the watershed? He seemed to discover what to do and looks as if he is enjoying it.
The obligatory Kingfisher photos. It is still looking for flying-fish I see.
That is more like it: may see some fish there.
The Kingfisher seemed to have real difficulty managing something so large.
... tossing it to get a different angle.
... is that better?
... not really!
... but this presages success....
... and breakfast is complete.
After breakfast it went and sat, rather unusually, in the shrubbery.
Back for more food during the rain: see the drops on its back.
Light even worse now but this does look like another crayfish.
In the rain: this male Great Spotted Woodpecker clings on. Note how the tail is used as a ‘prop’.
Not only bird feathers are waterproof: this reed shows how it is done.