I try very hard on my Blog to involve my readers as intimately as I can with the birds and wildlife that I photograph. It is always my intention to try to give you a taste of the excitement and enjoyment that I get from spending countless hours stuck in a muddy dark hole and not knowing what I am going to see next. The Blog is always at the back of my mind and I always want a better picture and a better experience to share with you. So today, when there was lots going, on I was pleased not only for myself. I can't get enough of photography at the moment, I am just loving my new camera and even though I am still a little bit disappointed with the species count at the hide, I am persevering on a daily basis in the hope that eventually Bramblings, Fieldfares and Redwings will come down to the feed and in to my viewfinder. Today the Buzzard came down just the same as yesterday. I have the feeling that there is just one bird holding this territory now and it is an amazing spectacle when it comes in to land on the gate post. My heart always races when it flies over to investigate the free offering. It will do this once or twice then go back into the edge of the wood where it seems to wait a while to check if all is well and then come back to repeat the procedure before, on the second or third fly-over, making the decision to land and pick up the prey. This is very convenient for me because after the flirst fly-over, you can get yourself ready reasonably confident that you are not wasting your time and it's only going to be just a matter of time before the action! That's the way it happened both yesterday and today.