There are five new photographs on the Photo page starting…

March 20, 2008 in webcams by MrFarmer

There are five new photographs on the Photo page, starting from number six. I am sure that there must be some good photographers who have not yet sent any photographs in for the Photo page.

Duck and Duck again.

This plant was given to me,they are Moth Orchids.Lindsay.

View from Aonoch Mor. Nevis Range. Scotland. from Judy.

Taken by my granddaughter last year on holiday in Devon and Cornwall. PM.

Pam, an episode with that name, could well have been made in our Village.

I have a lot of paperwork to catch up on tonight, so I will only update you on the remote Duck. It arrived back today. Jack has done an excellent job making it for me. I don’t like to admit it but it was a lot better job than I would have done. On the first photograph you can see the camera in between the Ducks eyes. Underneath at the rear you can see the steering propeller. In the second photograph you can see a little of the workings. Under what you can see is a lot more, including the electric engine, prop-shaft and the steering mechanics. Believe me there is very much more inside the Duck than you can see. Jack had not tried the Duck in water, so I tried it very briefly on the Lake this afternoon. I wasn’t going to let you see the first launch just in case something went wrong. It sat perfectly in the water and the control was faultless. I haven’t tried the camera, but Jack tells me that what he saw was good. I will put it on the water over the weekend and show it on the Lake webcam. I will put the day and time on the Forum in case you want to see it. I am not sure that I will be able to have the camera working, as I was let down the wire for the new Lake camera and did not receive it until late this afternoon. I thought that I should show you a photograph of the Duck just in case it decides to take a dive.

If any of you are considering purchasing a nest box, you wouldn’t go far wrong in looking at the boxes that you can access from the Denbury Farm webcam pages. Clicking on the nest box on the left hand side of the page will direct you the a better description.