The first crop of ducklings this Spring on the lake in Kenilworth.
The Castle flood plain has been flooded for weeks now and shows how the meer would have looked in Elizabethan times.
In the past Kenilworth Ford has flooded maybe once every couple of years. Since the Christmas period it has flooded at least once a week causing a...
Cars parked chaotically on Castle Green in Kenilworth as the main road was closed for the Relay.
And finally the Torch appears...and is gone in a few seconds. No idea who is carrying it and it doesn't seem that easy to find out.
Sponsor's bus passing Kenilworth Castle in the Torch Relay.
Sponsor's bus passing Kenilworth Castle. The whole convoy seemed to get very spread out with minutes between each part.
Police riders waiting for the convoy to catch up. They made a pathetic attempt to get a Mexican wave going.
Two police riders discussing which way the Olympic Torch will go at Kenilworth Castle.
Grebe visiting the park in Kenilworth.
Kenilworth Castle in the snow.
The bear and ragged staff, symbol of the Earls of Warwick, in the Elizabethan garden of Kenilworth Castle.
The view from inside the aviary of the Elizabethan garden of Kenilworth Castle.
A yellowhammer gathering material for its nest in the aviary in the Elizabethan garden of Kenilworth castle. The nearby feather is from a guinea...
Elizabethan Garden from the Keep.
Elizabethan Garden in Kenilworth Castle.
Elizabethan Garden from the balcony.
The Kenilworth heron coming in to land on the opposite side of the lake.
The Kenilworth heron in flight. He seems to have taken offence at my photography and flies to the opposite side whenever I appear.
The Kenilworth heron is back in town depleting the fish stocks in the Abbey Fields lake.
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