On the last occasion it was called off, Sharon and I were sat in McDonalds in Mold having breakfast on the way to the Falconry Centre, only to get a call telling us it was pouring down with rain there and it would have to be postponed again.... so we were sat in Mc'Ds at 7am on a Friday morning, the weather not great wondering what the hell to do!! Sharon suggested that I had mentioned a few times about visiting RSPB South Stack on Anglesey, so that was it, quick dash home to pick up the necessary gear and off we went. The weather was very wet driving there, but surprisingly for us it cleared when we got there, and we had a lovely but rather breezy walk along the cliffs, watching stacks of Razorbills and Guillemots in and out of their nests on the cliffs. It wasn't a great photography day, but still managed a few shots, but will be returning on a nicer day.... hope you enjoy!!
|South Stack Lighthouse, and Cliffs with Guillemots and Razorbills nesting on them|
|Safely landed on a cliff ledge|
|in comes his partner|
|and then a bit of pair bonding|
|A Great Black Backed Gull on the lookout for Guillemot chicks!|
|side on shot showing the size of the cliffs|