Ten years ago yesterday I took two of my favourite ever photos. I was birding in Epping Forest and came across a pond which had stunning reflections of the autumn leaves. The birds are nothing special, just a pair of Mallard, but both photos pleased me enough to end up on my wall. The weather yesterday was rather different, and whilst Strawberry Hill Pond would have counted as local during this period of lockdown there seemed little point in going over there to see if I could create a similar image a decade apart. Far easier to just relive past glories. I did of course mean to post this yesterday but typically forgot and instead posted the photos from last weekend. Oh well. Ten years and a day still works.