Monday, 21 October 2013

A blustery October afternoon at Alresford Creek, a very high tide has forced most of the waders off their roost. A few remain, constantly on the move trying to find firm footing as the water rises. Out on the estuary the first Black-headed Gulls are arriving for their overnight roost. I've painted this view many times and it is always changes, different tide, weather, light and birds.

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