This weekend was certainly an education when it came to insects and plants. Who would’ve thought that taking a photo of a moth would’ve doubled or tripled my knowledge of the animal kingdom?

Hot on the back of the HAWK MOTH, I now have some photos of peacocks. Originally, I thought I had some peahens too, but as it turned out: it was just an albino peacock. How about that. Where did I find peacocks? Roaming around the garden of one of our local ‘little cottages that sells cake and tea’ — is there a better name for such places? It really is a little cottage in the middle of no where (2 or 3 miles from any neighbours) that looks down over Ashdown Forest (the ‘Hundred Acre Wood‘, if you’re a Winnie-the-Pooh fan) with fantastic gardens and, seemingly, lots of peacocks.

So without further ado, a series of photos entitled ‘Cocks at Sunset.

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Sebastian

I am a tall, hairy, British writer who blogs about technology, photography, travel, and whatever else catches my eye.

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