Thursday, 3 July 2014

Bempton Blast

2 July 2014
I had the sudden urge to see some seabirds and with the season progressing leaving only a couple of weeks before they all pushed out to sea I hastily arranged a day off. A four hour drive and Bempton Cliffs loomed. Misty start and some hazy sunshine gave challenging conditions for photography but there were some sunny spells. So here some Gannet images:

 don't think I have ever realised they had yellow lines along the webs of their feet before

such great birds - also on the ledges and making up part of the 200,000 seabirds at Bempton Cliffs

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