Posted by Gavin Bickerton-Jones on 20th April 2017 in Blogging | peregrine,wymondham
Wymondham Abbey, a beautiful old twin towered building in a tranquil setting looking out onto the green pastures of a meadow, vegetation hiding foundations of monastery buildings that time has forgot.
All day and evening when the weather is nice, Wymondhams’ locals walk through the churchyard, some with dogs, some with loved ones, some alone, some with ministry work to do hurrying by, all of them passing the lone photographer standing and staring into space.
Some stop to chat, and soon realise I am there for one thing, to try and get some shots of the predator above, the peregrine
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