Pagham Harbour

21 Jul

Ug caveman ung ugga ug. Ug go Pagham Harbour. Ug ugga ug rather nice time.

Juvenile shelducks. They still lisp when they say long words.

Juvenile shelducks. They still lisp when they say long words.

Juvenile robin. So sweaty he can slip through the tiny gaps between electrons, upsetting atoms into being less hydrogenny.

Juvenile robin. So sweaty he can slip through the tiny gaps between electrons, upsetting atoms into being less hydrogenny.

Reed warbler. Feel the violent simmering rage. He is angry at ALL the local bi-laws.

Reed warbler. Feel the violent simmering rage. He is angry at ALL the local by-laws.

Magpies have no skeleton, just a loose framework of disgarded straws.

Magpies have no skeleton, just a loose framework of disgarded straws.

Juvenile green woodpecker. Green woodpeckers are resposible for all the fly-tipping in the UK. They wait until the flies are asleep and then shove them over.

Juvenile green woodpecker. Green woodpeckers are resposible for all the fly-tipping in the UK. They wait until the flies are asleep and then shove them over.

Great tit. Cannot play guitar.

Great tit. Cannot play guitar.

Great spotted woodpecker. If you join up the spots on a great spotted woodpecker's back it makes a drawing of Jesus in a Nazi uniform.

Great spotted woodpecker. If you join up the spots on a great spotted woodpecker’s back it makes a drawing of Jesus in a Nazi uniform.

10% of black-headed gulls are bigger than themselves.

10% of black-headed gulls are bigger than themselves.

Avocets cannot fly.

Avocets cannot fly.

Avocets dissolve in water like an elegant feathery Alka-Seltzer.

Avocets dissolve in water like an elegant feathery Alka-Seltzer.

Two eerie faceless birds sharing a pair of legs.

Two eerie faceless birds sharing a pair of legs.

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One Response to “Pagham Harbour”

  1. Len curry July 21, 2014 at 9:44 pm #

    Good, very good.

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