Rescuing Birds

Yesterday some birds were standing on the lawn all day so we decided to rescue them. I made a video about it. I do apologise if the audio cuts out. It’s because I used my iPad’s microphone to film the video. There’s some distortion which was in the video. I don’t know why.

 

 

Dunluce Castle & Beach

Yesterday I went to Dunluce Castle and a beach. Fun Fact- 100s of years ago when they were cooking dinner the kitchen fell into the sea!

Here are some photographs:

Note- Some of these photos took advantage of HDR (High Dynamic Range)

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This limestone used to be under the sand but a big storm made it visible. It also protects the sand from Erosion.

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This is a Buttercup- This used HDR

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(Used HDR)

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This is a Cave where attackers might have sneaked through

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This is some Limestone I found from the beach

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Dulwich Woods

Yesterday we went Dulwich Woods. Here are some photos.

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This is a view of London from just the outside of the woods


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This is a closed railway tunnel


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We saw some parakeets. What it said in the dictionary was ‘a small parrot with predominantly green plumage long tail.


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Here’s some plants

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This is some clay we found. There’s a lot of clay in Dulwich


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These are some roots


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We saw a puddle shaped like a hand.

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Lots of trees.

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Here’s a photo of a silver birch log and a normal log. Anna Watson took this photo so thanks


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This ivy is absoulouly killing thhis tree

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Silver Birch (again)

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Here’s my grandmother (Helen Watson)

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Kingley Vale

We went on a 2 hour walk in Kingley Vale a couple of days ago, to see some yew trees. We even went on the Devil’s Humps. The yew trees were so big we could just about hold hands around the trees (and 5 of us walked). Quite a lot of the walk was very steep because most of the walk was up a steep hill. At the very top of the hill we were about 200m above sea level!