knowing the weather was about to close in we visited a local park here in Kent to watch the wildlife and meet Harry again.
The park was very quite wildlife wise but the scenery made up for it and the sun shone.
Sue on the bridge across the lake looking out for Moorhens.
The leaves were not really ready to fall yet but I got a few near the side entrance to the road.
Across the lake they were turning and had started to go golden, give it another week and some cold and they well turn.
By the steps our resident Harry the Heron was still about, I have only once in the last two years seen a mate but I am sure he is there for a reason and not the bread he keeps being given.
Sue then spotted a Moorhen with big feet in a bit of a hurry.
See what I mean about the big feet.
On the way around the lake Damselflies were feeding on the water and landing on the banks.
The weather was very kind to us and with hardly any wind I got this reflection.
Thanks for looking, we will go again in the fall and also when the lake is frozen.
Best regards, Mike