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#3648

Heddiw - Today.


Mantell garpiog - Comma.


Nyth cynffon-hir - Long tailed tit’s nest.

Cheers J.P.


#3649

Salmon fishers at Gardo, the last (seine) netting fishery on the Tweed, packing up earlier this morning after fishing the tide. Any fish caught here are now measured, tagged and released. What was once a way of life for many, including generations of my own family, is now just a tourist attraction.


#3650

Bore da!

Buwch Goch Smotiau Hufen - Cream Spot Ladybird - Calvia Quattuordecimguttata - found in the car!

Buwch Goch Smotiau Hufen - Cream Spot Ladybird - Calvia Quattuordecimguttata - found in the car!

Plisgyn wy Turtur Dorchog - Collared Dove eggshell.


#3651

I wonder if the cream spots make this God’s little milch-cow? :laughing:


#3652


Titw Penddu ddoe - Coal tit yesterday,

ac Mwyalchen - and a Blackbird.


#3653


Aderyn y To (Benywod) - House Sparrow (Female)

Drudwy - Starling

Bronfraith - Song Thrush


#3654

Jac-y-Do hefyd - Jackdaw as well.


#3655

Heddiw - Today.


Blodau coeden lawrgeirios - Cherry laurel flowers.

Cheers J.P.


#3656

A bit late to the party. I know that bridge very well, as I walk from Carmarthen out to the swimming pool on a regular basis on the footpath in the picture, and it goes under the bridge. I had no idea it was a drawbridge, apparently more properly a bascule bridge and I wonder when there was last a ship big enough to require it to be raised.


#3657

Titw Tomos Las heddiw - A Blue Tit today


#3658


Some - rather sinister looking - shoots of horsetail (marchrawn)


#3659

:cry:


#3660

Photo’s yr wythnos hon - this weeks photo’s.


Castell Arundel - Arundel castle.


Llysleuen ddu - Black fly.


Gwylan y penwaig ifanc - young herring gull.

Cheers J.P.


#3661

Heddiw - Today.


Blodau afal - Apple flowers/blossom.


Lindys gem fforch arian - Silver Y caterpillar.


Neidr ddefaid ifanc - young slow worm. (click on image for full size).

Cheers J.P.


#3662


Bwa = Arch or Bow.


#3663

This could all go terribly wrong John🤣I’m thinking
Bow as in courtesy
Bow and arrow
Bow tie
Bow on a violin
But bwa sounds good to me, followed by, that’s what they say where I come from if there are any queries


#3664

Yes, I think you are correct except for the first one, unless you mean that the persons back is bowed. So probably anything with a bow shape.


#3665

Heddiw - Today.


Llaeth y gaseg - Cuckoo flower.


Trilliw bach - small tortoiseshell.


Gweirloyn brych - speckled wood.


Draig goch ar llong camlas - red dragon on barge.

Cheers J.P.