We're currently enjoying a phase when the moon sets after dawn, and this morning there was an added treat when a plane flew into close alignment.
That apart, there was little unusual happening at the pond although this squirrel appears to be in early preparation for Christmas. It just needs a touch of snow. :smurf:
The heron was pacing in the shallows during the warm morning light.
By lunchtime the light had cooled, and the day was bright but overcast. The white goose was busy thrashing around in an exhibition of avian power.
In contrast, the black-headed gulls were a rare model of serenity.
As for the flying chipmunk, this veteran of the skies buzzed the pond. From what I can find on the web it was built in 1952 and was mainly used as a training plane for the RAF. This one is now privately owned.
Camera note: all shots taken with the Canon 7D EF and 400mm f/5.6L USM lens.