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I’m not sure whether this applies to the rest of the world, but over here in the UK we can’t get enough curry. Whether it be meeting friends in a local Indian restaurant, picking up a takeaway, getting a home delivery or even reverting to ready made sauces and cooking it at home, the majority of us enjoy the colour, variety and spiciness of a curry.

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Bookmark and Share Rare Uk Butterflies Flutter Back in 2011

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I’ve had an article sitting in my “in box” since April and I’ve finally got round to reading it. Being a nature lover and into animal welfare/environmental issues, I was overjoyed to hear that some of our rarest butterflies made a bit of a come back during 2011.

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This photo shows just how beautiful these birds are. I just love the dark marking from the beak, across the eye to the extended plumage at the back of the head, and I’m just so entranced by the “cloak” of long white feathers around his shoulders and down his chest. He’s certainly not the most elegant of birds, but his ungainly stance is far outweighed by his beautiful plumage!!

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Living next to a water meadow, we regularly see herons out there searching for food but I’d always viewed these strange, gangly birds as being rather dull. Now that I’ve taken up photography, I’ve seen a different side! If you take a closer look at their draping plumage is quite magnificent

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This is the last of my photographs taken Spring 2012 of our walk through the leafy glad along the river bank to the wide open Salhouse Broad. Having returned home and uploaded my photo of a gnarled oak I left the photo up on my monitor to have a cup of afternoon tea and a piece of home made cake – very old-fashioned and traditional English “afternoon tea”.

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