To be fair the beast was only doing what the beasts do – looking at lunch!
I walked along the Forth n’ Clyde Canal today – my plan was to take some photos of the works that have been carried out on the banks of the Kelvin however I befriended a pensioner who had walked along the Kelvin Walkway and was now lost. Initially I was a bit peeved as I enjoy my wanders (with my number two son strapped to my chest) all on my lonesome however she was a bit of a lost soul stating that she would follow me back to civilization as she was feeling a bit scared. As it was I ended up taking a two hour walk with the women and pointed out just about every pool and enthralled her with many stories of trout being caught. As we parted I pointed her in the direction of Great Western Road instructing her what bus to get. Within 5 minutes I was regretting leaving her as I suspected she was maybe a little bit wandered – however by this point she would have been down at the bus stop (hopefully) so there was not much else to do.
The sneaky bastard is in this picture..
That is correct – kicking around in the bushes behind the Heron was a fox which was trying to work out how to get down for some tasty bird action.
I am pretty sure when I was growing up there was not this many foxes around – our neighbor has a pet fox that comes to his house every night for its dinner, in fact I reckon that it is not the same fox but a child of the original fox.
Some work was being carried out on the bridge down at Dawshome Park – “Whats up with it”? I asked . “Its falling down” I was told.
Here is hoping it gets fixed eh?
Anyway, this is also your weekly water photo: