The stunning lighting this morning made for some nice photographs. I focussed in particularly on a juvenile Shag in Cafn, which was very approachable. As it swam back and forth across the small channel, it provided many different opportunities for images- experimenting with the different angles for lighting was quite fun. Some of the results are below.
This will be the last post I will make from Bardsey Island for the next two months or so, as I will be leaving the island tomorrow and heading off to Ecuador in a week. I will be volunteering at a bird lodge in the north-western part of the country. I hope to update the blog with a few posts whilst I'm out there, so watch this space.
|A mix of lichen species on a rock at the North end of the island|
|A small mushroom amongst some moss|
|Grey Seal bull in the early morning light|
|Stonechats: female in top two images, and male in bottom two|