Having suffered a day of continuous rain on Saturday, it was great to wake up to a beautiful late autumn day with blue sky, blue sea and sunshine! The call of the cliffs was answered with a feeling of exhilaration and "good to be alive" together with deep thoughts of those who could no longer enjoy such days, but died to ensure that we could. Remembrance was observed outside the Seabird Centre at 1100hrs.
Bird wise, the sea had Red Throated Diver (2), Cormorants, Shags and Herring Gulls while the grasslands held male & female Stonechat, Rock Pipit (4) and Barn Owl.
Photographic opportunity again rested with the spectacular views from the cliffs, particularly those looking directly down (350/400ft) to the sea, enjoyed by a good number of visitors.
Blue sky, blue sea and sunshine!
Reach for the sky!
Waiting for the visitors
Enjoying the views!