Today my family and I cycled along the coast from Lymington to Keyhaven. Along the way we passed Keyhaven and Pennington Marshes Nature Reserve. I had a great time and it was a perfect opportunity to use my new camera.
I spotted this oystercatcher standing on the far bank of one of the many saltwater lagoons at the reserve.
There were also quite a few turnstones by the shore. I took a photo of this turnstone sifting through the high tide mark sea weed for little sand hoppers. They were incredibly well camouflaged.
This black-headed gull almost posed for the camera.
I liked the reflection shot of this greenshank feeding in the shallows. This blackheaded gull is keeping an eye out for food. A little egret digesting his meal.