With a few other bits and bobs thrown in. This morning I went to see if my phalaropes were still around. Pardon me, Madam. Have you seen my phalaropes? Not surprisingly they were not but the Tattlers were. I then spent a happy three hours just sitting, wandering, photographing and generally watching the world go by. Here are the results, in no particular order. First up the Grey-tailed Tattler, Heteroscelus brevipes.
The Grey Wagtail, Motacilla cinerea, however played ball and showed beautifully. The yellow behind him is some sort of government warning sign. I am deeply indebted to the Government of the Hong Kong SAR for providing such a complementary backdrop.
And then a couple of lounging lizards…… Calotes versicolor is the upper chappie.
And then a small rump of miscellany. All individually captioned.