I had to put the day of the week in the heading because it's so hard to keep track of days on holiday.
Like Mary Ellen, I don't often embed videos in my blog but I found this on her blog and couldn't resist it.
As ME then said - "It really says a lot to me about teamwork - if a large group of people can make the sound of a rainforest, imagine what we could do if we all worked together."
It's been another sunny day here but down on Merseyside the rain has been torrential the last couple of days. While Partner-who-loves-tea was sheltering from the downpours I had a walk down to the shore.
A lot of the Meadow Browns are looking a much paler and washed out compared to a few weeks ago.
If you don't like woodlice you won't like this chap - it's a Sea Slater. They live on the shore and are about three times the size of a common woodlouse.
The storm the other day has left deep piles of dead seaweed high up on the shore.
A collection of different stones on the shore. I love the way so many different types of rock end up on the same beach. Some of them no doubt many many miles from their starting point and all rounded by rolling around in the water.
This is Lewisian Gneiss one of the oldest rocks on the earth's crust. It sparkles with millions of tiny grains of quartz.
A female Common Blue butterfly.
A female Common Blue with a male flying in in the hope of having his wicked way with her.
I hope you had a good day, too. Until tomorrow...
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