Feeding male siskinBread on the goBattle PromsBattle PromsBattle PromsBattle PromsBattle PromsP1110240pP1110266pP1110330pP1110335pP1110355pPANA1413pA bit of greenShowing the ringJust waitingFramedP1110431 4242 KX13 DHM at Hatfield Town Centre Queensway Hatfield HertfordshireP1110442 4288 GN14 DYH at Hatfield Town Centre Queensway Hatfield HertfordshireP1110389 252 YX17 NRE at Hatfield Station Great North Road Hatfield HertfordshireP1110435 516 SN65 ZGX at Hatfield Town Centre Queensway Hatfield HertfordshireP1110446 514 SN65 ZGV at Hatfield Town Centre Queensway Hatfield HertfordshireP1110409 363 LF18 AWN at Hatfield Town Centre Queensway Hatfield HertfordshireP1110448 365 LF18 AWP at Hatfield Town Centre Queensway Hatfield HertfordshireP1110428 54 MX12 CFO at Hatfield Town Centre Queensway Hatfield HertfordshireP1110443 51 MX12 CFL at Hatfield Town Centre Queensway Hatfield HertfordshireThe right wayFriday, 13th, Heron in the river IMG_2700Friday, 13th, Heron in the river IMG_270113/7/2018, 194/365, Heron in the river IMG_2695Radlett CCLittle GrebeThe HybridShovelersTo the rightMorning fieldfareRingwing landingGoldfinchThrough the branchesLondon Country KPJ277WRAF100The gateHouse in the snowWinter leafsEnjoying the snowFlying common gullAir AmbulanceIMG_3185 jpg Ganso....Balancing redwingEgret overheadDay 109: BaldingSunset over the gravel pitTrinity United Reformed Church St AlbansFeeding cattleFrom the hedgeDay 106: Jinxed them!I guess I’m not going to win the sweepstake now!Eleanor Anne Ormerod lived here 1887 - 1901 HNHSEleanor Anne Ormerod lived here 1887 - 1901 HNHSEleanor Anne Ormerod lived here 1887 - 1901 HNHSNear here stood Holywell House favourite residence of The Duke of Marlborough 1650-1720 and his wife Sarah ChurchillNear here stood Holywell House favourite residence of The Duke of Marlborough 1650-1720 and his wife Sarah ChurchillNear here stood Holywell House favourite residence of The Duke of Marlborough 1650-1720 and his wife Sarah ChurchillNear here stood Holywell House favourite residence of The Duke of Marlborough 1650-1720 and his wife Sarah ChurchillThe Clock Tower built between 1403 and 1412  A mediaeval belfry almost unique in England, it contains a large curfew bell dating from 1335.  The adjacent French Row was occupied by the Dauphin's troops in 1216.  In the Fleur-de-lys Inn, King John of FrancThe Clock Tower built between 1403 and 1412  A mediaeval belfry almost unique in England, it contains a large curfew bell dating from 1335.  The adjacent French Row was occupied by the Dauphin's troops in 1216.  In the Fleur-de-lys Inn, King John of FrancThe Clock Tower built between 1403 and 1412  A mediaeval belfry almost unique in England, it contains a large curfew bell dating from 1335.  The adjacent French Row was occupied by the Dauphin's troops in 1216.  In the Fleur-de-lys Inn, King John of FrancThe Clock Tower built between 1403 and 1412  A mediaeval belfry almost unique in England, it contains a large curfew bell dating from 1335.  The adjacent French Row was occupied by the Dauphin's troops in 1216.  In the Fleur-de-lys Inn, King John of FrancThe Clock Tower built between 1403 and 1412  A mediaeval belfry almost unique in England, it contains a large curfew bell dating from 1335.  The adjacent French Row was occupied by the Dauphin's troops in 1216.  In the Fleur-de-lys Inn, King John of FrancThe Clock Tower built between 1403 and 1412  A mediaeval belfry almost unique in England, it contains a large curfew bell dating from 1335.  The adjacent French Row was occupied by the Dauphin's troops in 1216.  In the Fleur-de-lys Inn, King John of FrancThe Clock Tower built between 1403 and 1412  A mediaeval belfry almost unique in England, it contains a large curfew bell dating from 1335.  The adjacent French Row was occupied by the Dauphin's troops in 1216.  In the Fleur-de-lys Inn, King John of FrancNear this site stood the Eleanor Cross where the body of Queen Eleanor rested one night on its progress from Harby to Westminster 13 December 1290Near this site stood the Eleanor Cross where the body of Queen Eleanor rested one night on its progress from Harby to Westminster 13 December 1290Near this site stood the Eleanor Cross where the body of Queen Eleanor rested one night on its progress from Harby to Westminster 13 December 1290Near this site stood the Eleanor Cross where the body of Queen Eleanor rested one night on its progress from Harby to Westminster 13 December 1290The Fleur de lys  This inn (built 1420-1440) stands on the site of the house where King John of France was detained after the battle of Poitiers in 1356John..King of France was detained in a house on this site after his capture at Poitiers in 1356 and before his removal to Hertford Castle...between 1420-1440 an was built here by the Abbey of St. Albans.  Part of a window of the original building is in thJohn..King of France was detained in a house on this site after his capture at Poitiers in 1356 and before his removal to Hertford Castle...between 1420-1440 an was built here by the Abbey of St. Albans.  Part of a window of the original building is in thJohn..King of France was detained in a house on this site after his capture at Poitiers in 1356 and before his removal to Hertford Castle...between 1420-1440 an was built here by the Abbey of St. Albans.  Part of a window of the original building is in thSt. Etheldreda's Church, Hatfield, Hertfordshire (26/52)The Christopher Inn late fifteenth or early sixteenth century  Used by the Mayor & Council in the sixteenth century for civic feasts  Enlarged middle seventeenth and eighteenth century  David Garrick dined here in 1765  Purchased and restored by St. AlbanThe Christopher Inn late fifteenth or early sixteenth century  Used by the Mayor & Council in the sixteenth century for civic feasts  Enlarged middle seventeenth and eighteenth century  David Garrick dined here in 1765  Purchased and restored by St. AlbanThe Christopher Inn late fifteenth or early sixteenth century  Used by the Mayor & Council in the sixteenth century for civic feasts  Enlarged middle seventeenth and eighteenth century  David Garrick dined here in 1765  Purchased and restored by St. AlbanThe Christopher Inn late fifteenth or early sixteenth century  Used by the Mayor & Council in the sixteenth century for civic feasts  Enlarged middle seventeenth and eighteenth century  David Garrick dined here in 1765  Purchased and restored by St. AlbanOn This Site Stood The Castle Inn Before Which Edmund Beaufort 2nd Duke Of Somerset Was Slain During The 1st Battle Of St Albans 22nd May 1455On This Site Stood The Castle Inn Before Which Edmund Beaufort 2nd Duke Of Somerset Was Slain During The 1st Battle Of St Albans 22nd May 1455On This Site Stood The Castle Inn Before Which Edmund Beaufort 2nd Duke Of Somerset Was Slain During The 1st Battle Of St Albans 22nd May 1455On This Site Stood The Castle Inn Before Which Edmund Beaufort 2nd Duke Of Somerset Was Slain During The 1st Battle Of St Albans 22nd May 1455All five original members of The Zombies 1960s St Albans rock group first met here April 1961All five original members of The Zombies 1960s St Albans rock group first met here April 1961All five original members of The Zombies 1960s St Albans rock group first met here April 1961All five original members of The Zombies 1960s St Albans rock group first met here April 1961All five original members of The Zombies 1960s St Albans rock group first met here April 1961Waterend Barn is the more prominent of the two barns separately relocated to this site in St. Albans.  It dates from the 17th century and was moved from its original location, the Waterend Estate in Wheathampstead, in the 1930's.  The other barn is older,Waterend Barn is the more prominent of the two barns separately relocated to this site in St. Albans.  It dates from the 17th century and was moved from its original location, the Waterend Estate in Wheathampstead, in the 1930's.  The other barn is older,Waterend Barn is the more prominent of the two barns separately relocated to this site in St. Albans.  It dates from the 17th century and was moved from its original location, the Waterend Estate in Wheathampstead, in the 1930's.  The other barn is older,Watercress Nature Reserve, St.AlbansOn the signAutumn leafsLone shovelerSide by sideIMG_8581IMG_8540IMG_8512IMG_8500IMG_8473IMG_8449IMG_8409IMG_8366JEMJEMRed Red Poppies1966PATRICIA1954 FERGUSON TEA 201924UnderneathLift offIn the yellowBrighting upRUSTON & HORNSBYTufted DucksIMG_7897WINIFREDN348PS British Aerospace 146-200 Pacific Southwest AirlinesIts behind youYX17NEO 6521 Arriva Southern Counties Enviro 400MMC Sapphire 320 to RickmansworthReflecting pied wagtailNovember DarterYoung cowTreefulRibes uva-crispa (Gooseberry), Broad Colney Lakes, London Colney, Herts, 13.6.18Autumn JayHoveringHangingAlopecurus geniculatus (Marsh Foxtail), habit, Smallford Pit, Herts, 7.6.18RedpollHatfield House, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, EnglandHatfield House, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, EnglandHatfield House, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, EnglandHatfield House, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, EnglandHatfield House, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, EnglandBattle PromsBattle PromsBattle PromsP1110283pP1110287pP1110303pSuccessPatienceJust waitingPhoto Jun 30, 3 03 28 PMPhoto Jun 30, 3 04 03 PMPhoto Jun 30, 3 31 36 PMPhoto Jun 30, 3 36 27 PMPhoto Jun 30, 4 14 47 PMPhoto Jun 30, 4 18 36 PMPhoto Jun 30, 4 17 17 PM (1)Winter wrenMind the snowFemale blackbirdAt the gatesThe old wellOver the fieldSilhouetted WoodpeckerRook flying throughDagnall Street Baptist Church St AlbansRed-leggedIMG_20180629_130156169Feral Pigeon in flightSt Albans Cathedral, south aisleUpAlongSAM191619431931195419111948194619651979Male shoveler19351952195419361936Solstice sunriseSolstice sunriseSolstice sunriseSolstice sunrisesteamrollerSteam FairovertakenKingfisher on the post1900GREY FERGIESRobin on the stumpGotchaRUSTON & HORNSBYRUSTON & HORNSBYRUSTON & HORNSBY1948SIR WILLIAMSIR WILLIAMCorvoid FlockOn the postFemale StonechatIMG_7763WINIFREDOn the rockLift offOn the sandFoundLissodema denticolle (Gyllenhal, 1813) Syn.: Lissodema quadripustulatum (Marsham, 1802)Looking outOutwardsAutumn ReedsBramblingOrange in the treeMorning GoldfinchesFeeding Green sandpiperTrifolium medium (Zigzag Clover), Tyttenhanger GPs, Herts, 13.6.18Tree full of linnetsJay perchDSCF45042018-05-22  walk via Lemsford (22)In a flutterLookingBlue titUp closeOn the waterThe Secret GardenFrom the perch20180609_185214St Albans Abbey, Hertfordshire.St Albans Abbey, Hertfordshire.St Albans Abbey, Hertfordshire.St Albans Abbey, Hertfordshire.