|Without doubt! another variation (Click over to enlarge)|
|A fragile little plant with green stem.|
|Very pale looking flowers.|
|What a shame - this plant had potential and certainly recorded!|
|This one is a very light variant, although in the next photo you will see it closer up. And the photo below that is a plant growing within a metre of it. How can there be so much variation in colour in such a short distance away from one another?|
|This is from that very pale plant shown above and yet right next to it is the one in the next photo|
Thursday 23rd July 2015 - Swift Observations off Main St, Burton In Kendal 200hrs to 2100hrs
|Swift sketch and Notes from yesterday evening (23rd July 2015) (Click over sketch to enlarge)|
A minimum of 20 Swifts in the sky from points West of Burton Memorial Hall.
Thursday 23rd July 2015 - Swift observations - Off Main Street, Burton In Kendal 2000hrs to 2100hrs.
It was clear and reasonably warm, the birds of which 8 was the maximum count and would be at a average altitude between 75 and 150ft. We just caught them twice doing the follow my leader screaming flight. As usual we took it that the birds flew bias to their breeding areas and could be seen high in the sky.