This worked out a bit better bird wise:
The usual Black Headed Gulls, Coots, Moorhens, Mallards and Mute Swans about.
A short walk brought with it:-
A Great Spotted Woodpecker heard, not seen.
A Grey Wagtail feeding on the walls next to the boats at the south end.
A Pr. Pied Wagtail.
Possibly 7 Pink Footed Geese picked up, mega distant >WSW.
However I can't ID them through the photos, just the flight pattern makes me think Pink Feet?
They were far too distant to hear any bird calls.
Even cropped and lightened a bit, the pics ain't much good.
I suppose they could be Canada Geese.
18:50 Just checked the Calderdale Birding Blog and DJS reported Greylag Geese seen at 15:30.
The time on my photos is 15:32 so the same birds.. puts an end to my doubts.
Pretty amazing how 2 birders in separate areas can see the same birds with 2 mins!
The approaching gloom tested the camera's abilities, with some unusual results .... ghostly apparitions.