The First Day of Spring

This is the first post for my new series What has Boney Whitefoot been up to lately?
I will try and post in my blog more regularly and hopefully those that read my posts will continue to enjoy reading about our photographic adventures in Northern Ireland.

Last Wednesday morning, the first official day of spring, Rosie and I woke to a wonderfully fine day and decided to explore a stretch of river in our local area in County Armagh.
We had not visited this spot before, but we had studied the area online and we anticipated an exciting day ahead of us.
We packed our lunch, leapt into the car, zoomed off heading north and 20minutes later we arrived at our destination.

I have started a new blog with Rosie so hop on over to out new blog and sign up to follow our latest adventures here and to read the rest of this post here.


 

4 thoughts on “The First Day of Spring

  1. Deborah wright

    Always love reading and learning from both of your adventures.
    Nice you now have the time to start posting again.

    Reply
    1. Tony Fluerty Post author

      Thankyou Deborah.
      I have been trying to figure out the direction my blog was going to take in the future.
      I have more than enough Kiwi images and adventures to keep posting for a while but the transition to UK content has not been ironed out yet.
      I would really love to get more UK readers and then showcase our New Zealand birds to them and vice versa.

      Reply

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