Ostensibly, I am not a huge fan of RSPB Titchwell, essentially because of its popularity: I'm not a birder who likes crowds. But it is unequivocally a wonderful place to enjoy watching birds, and particularly to photograph them. Even more so on a sunny afternoon or evening, when the light is coming from the west, bathing in visual warmth the many birds that feed close to the path that runs up the western side of the lagoons. This week saw one of those instances, and I had a fabulous hour or two - it would have been more had I not left arrival a bit late - in the company of some familiar wintering waders and wildfowl. So here follow some images of (in order) Wigeon, Teal, Shelduck, Little Egret, Curlew and Black-tailed Godwit.