The weather has been rather lovely in the UK over the last few days. As usual we went to the flying field at the weekend although last week it was Sunday.
While we were there, this little fella was by one of the open doors in amongst the nettles.
He has been left there by his Mother and so won't move. She will go back at dusk to feed him, until then he will remain snuggled up and playing dead. Except with perky ears like that it is clear that he is quite well. There is a Hare Preservation trust in the UK, they are diminishing quite rapidly unlike rabbits. Do be aware that this photo was taken with my zoom lens in an effort not to cause distress and he remained pretty much undisturbed.
Meanwhile I did have a go at some very different art for me. I decided to have a play with my watercolour pencils. The object was to create an art piece that "looked" like a watercolour. Here are a couple of my efforts, small images because these are quite small pieces of art for me.
They are not the best work have ever done for sure but I do think I should persevere and see if I can work on the style but tidy it up so to speak.
Meanwhile talking of works of art, I have every respect for those people that actually build planes properly from plans and bits of wood.
Here is one such piece of skill by the name of a Swordfish. Andy was requested to fly it at the weekend and I got to take photographs.
A nice piece of buildin work! Hope everyone is having a great week :-)