There are five new photographs on the Photo page starting…

January 24, 2008 in webcams by MrFarmer

There are five new photographs on the Photo page, starting from number eleven

Hello Mr Farmer, Elephant Hawk moth caterpillar, taken in my South Wales garden. Peacock, taken in the churchyard of the tiny church [St. David’s I think] on Caldey Island. Best wishes
Gillian.

Seagull taken from the boat on Lake Windemere it was flying alongside. Duck at Ladybower reservoir Lynne.

Mr Farmer, i caught this delightful scene of the swans on the Taunton Canal 2 yrs ago but on my camcorder, i have paused the tape and retook the photograph with a screen capture, but cant get them any clearer which is a shame . !!!! Marie.

Tonight looks the first time for a long while that the sky is clear. Depending on what time that we can see the Moon here, will make me decide if I will put the Astro webcams on. If it is much later than 8.30 it will not be worth it. I would have tried to look at Mars but I need to put another lens on the Telescope. Unfortunately I have not had the time to find it.

It is unbelievable how few clear nights that we have had over the past few months. A few late afternoons have looked promising, but soon turned into cloudy and rainy nights. At the moment there is not a cloud in the Sky. The clear sky has kept it quite light. When I went to feed the Badgers at 5.30pm I was able to see my way without a torch. I will from next week start to feed them 10 minutes later.
There are five new photographs on the Photo page, starting from number eleven

Hello Mr Farmer, Elephant Hawk moth caterpillar, taken in my South Wales garden. Peacock, taken in the churchyard of the tiny church [St. David’s I think] on Caldey Island. Best wishes
Gillian.

Seagull taken from the boat on Lake Windemere it was flying alongside. Duck at Ladybower reservoir Lynne.

Mr Farmer, i caught this delightful scene of the swans on the Taunton Canal 2 yrs ago but on my camcorder, i have paused the tape and retook the photograph with a screen capture, but cant get them any clearer which is a shame . !!!! Marie.

Tonight looks the first time for a long while that the sky is clear. Depending on what time that we can see the Moon here, will make me decide if I will put the Astro webcams on. If it is much later than 8.30 it will not be worth it. I would have tried to look at Mars but I need to put another lens on the Telescope. Unfortunately I have not had the time to find it.

It is unbelievable how few clear nights that we have had over the past few months. A few late afternoons have looked promising, but soon turned into cloudy and rainy nights. At the moment there is not a cloud in the Sky. The clear sky has kept it quite light. When I went to feed the Badgers at 5.30pm I was able to see my way without a torch. I will from next week start to feed them 10 minutes later.