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Potential indigestion? On the Water of Leith, near the Stockbridge Bridge, this large Heron had caught a big fish – a trout I think – and had it wedged to stop it flapping around. It had a couple of attempts to swallow it whole and then, incredibly, it did just that. It then just stood there, swollen necked and slightly smug.

Potential Indigestion 1. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Potential Indigestion 1. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Potential Indigestion 2. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Potential Indigestion 2. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Potential Indigestion 3. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Potential Indigestion 3. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.

Previous Similar Post: Goosanders on The Water of Leith, Edinburgh, right in the heart of the city.

 

#Featured #Photo #Today henni.photo .@TheRoaminNose + .@McDonaldGreene #Edinburgh #Local

Local photographers, local photo printer, local card printer, local bistro. It’s local. You get the idea.

‘Winter Is Coming.’ by Paul Henni

Winter Is Coming. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Winter Is Coming. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.

More details for The henni.photo@TheRoaminNose Exhibiton below and for The henni.photo@McDonaldGreene Exhibiton – full details here.

McDonald-Greene Exhibition 2015
McDonald-Greene Exhibition 2015

henni.photo@TheRoaminNose

Following last year’s successful #4Reflect Photo Exhibition (by Paul Henni with Paul McGuigan, Rod Hanchard-Goodwin and Dougie Williams) at The Roamin’ Nose Bistro, there’s a new henni.photo@TheRoaminNose Exhibition opening on the 4th of August 2015 at the same excellent venue.  It features photos by Paul and Lynn Henni. Currently, it is planned to run into September.

henni.photo_Exhibition_RN_2015
henni.photo_Exhibition_RN_2015

The Roamin’ Nose

Our friendly local Café and Bistro, good home cooking, fresh pasta, daily food specials, a changing menu, wines, local beers, coffee, specialist teas and thick hot chocolate.
Open for Breakfast, Brunch, Dinner or just a drink and chat. Dog and family friendly

14 Eyre Place, Edinburgh EH3 5EP | 0131 629 3135

See Website for opening Hours.

Website;       http://www.theroaminnose.com/

Email: knock-knock [at] theroaminnose.com

As with #4Reflect, the Framed Prints are ready to buy off the wall, so why not drop by, have a relaxing coffee, beer, soft drink, a wee glass of wine, a snack, some lunch or perhaps even dinner – do all of them if you want.

You can see the selection available on our photo website at www.henni.photo. All framed prints in The Roamin’ Nose are priced reasonably and have been expertly printed by my print partner A&M Imaging.

 

Goosander Family. .@RZSS #Edinburgh #Nature #Bird www.henni.photo

Goosanders on The Water of Leith, Edinburgh, right in the heart of the city.

The Well Coiffed Duck.
The Well Coiffed Duck.
The Well Coiffed Duck Too.
The Well Coiffed Duck Too.
The Well Coiffed Duck.
The Well Coiffed Duck.
The Well Coiffed Duck Too.
The Well Coiffed Duck Too.

And a freshly ducked Duck.

Watery Spray.
Watery Spray.

.@Martin1Williams #Arthur #Rackham #Crow #Corbie #Mono www.henni.photo

Some crows for you. Corbies in Scots. There’s an old poem about them that was nicely illustrated by Arthur Rackham.


The-Twa-Corbies” by Arthur RackhamRackham, Arthur: “Some British Ballads” (1919). Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons.

Black Bird.
Black Bird.
Shadow Crow.
Shadow Crow.
Crow On Rock.
Crow On Rock.
Crow Eats Apple Core.
Crow Eats Apple Core.