I decided to put in this very VERY cropped Northern Gannet as I haven't got many bird photos for this last post. This bird was MILES away. (-:On the land side opposite St Michael's mount is Marazion marsh. This place is great for Bittern in the winter and Aquatic Warbler in August. Unfortunately for us, all we saw here was a Grey Heron and a couple of Mute Swans. It's a lovely area and those reeds have a lovely soft look to them.Our last stop of the day was in the town of Helston. There were supposed to be a couple of Ring-billed Gulls loafing around here, but by the time we got there in late afternoon, they were nowhere in sight. I liked the reflection of these Black-headed Gulls and the Pampas grass on the frozen water.These Moorhens were feeding each other tit bits, strengthening the pair bond I guess. As you can see some of the lake had thawed a bit.I got a photo of this male Tufted duck just as he started to swim away from me.