Monday 7 June 2010

South of Tormisdale - sea cliffs

Took a walk from the Tormisdale road end down the burn to the sea. It was a perfect day with very litttle wind however there was a thick clammy haar which kept coming in from Northern Ireland. It never made it more than a couple of hundred yards inland.
The sea birds were all present in their usual numbers, on exactly the same ledges as always. I have made a habit of coming down at least once a year to check them out - and as a result may well have photographs of exactly the same birds on exactly the same ledges going back a number of years.

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