Reed bunting (Emberiza schoeniclus)

Here’s a little garden visitor we’ve had recently, I don’t know why but I never really associated Reed buntings with gardens, but there you go.  This is a male but we also have females paying a visit.

Reed bunting (Emberiza schoeniclus) East Sussex, England, UK

Reed bunting (Emberiza schoeniclus) East Sussex, England, UK

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Lembeh Strait dive trip

Apologies for not updating recently (sounds familiar) My favourite place on Earth, diving wise anyway, is Lembeh Strait in North Sulawesi, Indonesia.  The place has been, and still is, world known as having some of the best muck diving, characterised by black sand & to be honest, pretty barren looking.  Until you look closer that is…

So here’s a few pics taken during the last couple of weeks whilst staying & diving with the good folk at Lembeh Resort

Frogfish with extra long fingernails!

Happy looking lizard fish

Flamboyant cuttlefish

flamboyant cuttlefish © www.edbrown.co.uk

flamboyant cuttlefish © http://www.edbrown.co.uk

Hairy frogfish

hairy frogfish © www.edbrown.co.uk

hairy frogfish © http://www.edbrown.co.uk

Blue ringed octopus

blue ring octopus © www.edbrown.co.uk

blue ring octopus © http://www.edbrown.co.uk

Harlequin shrimp

harlequin shrimp © www.edbrown.co.uk

harlequin shrimp © http://www.edbrown.co.uk

World Lion Day

Apparently its ‪#‎WorldLionDay‬ today, so here’s a little pic of Scar enjoying a light snack in the Masai Mara, doesn’t take a genius to work out why they call him Scar!

Male lion eating, Masai Mara, Kenya © www.edbrown.co.uk

Male lion eating, Masai Mara, Kenya © http://www.edbrown.co.uk

Click here for more pictures of Scar and other lions I took in Kenya