late january

by underswansea


A young moon, venus and mars lined up in the west this evening. The light from each caused faint light pillars in the ice crystals formed by the days fluctuating temperatures.


The Robins are still hanging out in the Mountain Ash. They tackle the berries slow, unlike the Waxwings that strip the trees in minutes. The Robins were much more active and looked sleek darting around in the warm -1 weather. The weather is about to dip again. I hope they have left a few berries to get them through.