LOVE it...SUPER video..thank you, Johanna and of course, thank you, Ralph for your usual GREAT commentary not only in the video, but in the blog as well. Really enjoyed the combination of video and still photography. More, please. Keep them coming...from a Canadian fan and reader of your ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS blog.
Another beautifully photographed and interesting video of park life. Well done to Ralph and Johanna.
Thank you both for your kind words.
Splendid, again. Cheered me up when much in need of cheer. Thank you.
Thank you too.
Delightful and relaxing as always. I just love your narrating voice, so calm and clear, with just the right touch of wry humour. I am very glad to see that the little Mandarin is perfectly able to hold his own even against Moorhens (so they're not coots, which would be a greater achievement, but still).The Red Arrows put on a welcome, surprising appearance. England is the best possible land for both bird-watching and plane-spotting.
Rarest aircraft seen over the park: a De Havilland Dragon Rapide, about five years ago. Several of these 1930s twin-engined biplane mini-airliners are still airworthy. and used for pleasure jaunts.
Wow, the only time I have every seen a Dragon Rapide was in an aircraft museum. I am so envious - England has such great air festivals, and such love for their historical aircrafts. My husband and I are great fans of plane-spotting, as well. Anything that flies is fine with us.