Eyes In The Darkness

This is a view across a small section of the Lagoon Field, with the morning sun burning off the frost.

During late evening darkness, I see many pairs of eyes roaming the Lagoon Field in the beam of my head torch. Animals like cleared ground. It’s a good place for the north marsh fox to hunt, because the ground undulates and he can easily stalk his prey, and there are many rabbits grazing the short vegetation. There are usually half a dozen munjac deer mooching about, or passing through on their way to Hoo Brook for a drink. Foraging badgers are a very frequent sight here also.

The morning sun burning the frost from the Lagoon Field.

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2 Responses to Eyes In The Darkness

  1. Christine Dommett says:

    You can feel the sun on your back in this picture!


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