Had a wander round Chichester but didn't get down to the harbour (might have set a record for time spent in Lakeland thought, "Oh it's got 3 floors? How nice..."). Loads of very noisy Herring gulls flying around the town and we managed to tempt out a wary but hungry Robin with shortbread crumbs in Cloisters. He can only have been a foot or two away, on the wall next to the table. He'd scoop up the small crumbs with one eye on me and the missus, and then grab a big bit and dash off into the bush next to us.
No pictures of birds, but I did have the old Kodak with me so did the touristy thing and snapped a couple of the cathedral. Forgot how easy it is to overexpose stuff on the old point and shoot things, but GIMP to the rescue:
Nothing quite like monochrome for eking out a bit more contrast.
Anyone actually manage to do the garden birdwatch today?