|After the Sutton Hoo ship-burial helmet|
I was up at NT Sutton Hoo this afternoon ...
... and spotted a Kestrel near the boundary with the farmer's field.
It was flying and perching ...
... flying and perching as it quartered its territory.
|Presumably a female on account of head colour?|
After a while I saw it take off towards the river Deben, above Woodbridge.
I sat down near the burial mounds to admire the Harebells.
It was a warm, and slightly humid, 23 degrees centigrade ...
|Double rainbow, showing Alexander's band|