Sunday, 4 September 2016

An hour at dawn in Hastings

It's been a while, in fact ages, since I took my camera to Hastings, but last week I did and it and I spent an enjoyable hour or so on the beach photographing gulls, early on a sunny morning before the holiday hordes descended.




The first pic shows Lesser Black-backed with an adult Herring and a juvvie Great Black-backed. Lesser BBs are not regular round here so that was (very slightly) exciting. There were a few Fulmars wheeling about well offshore, and a sparse passage of Swallows overhead.

To pad this extremely short post out a little, here are a few recent bits of artiness.




1 comment:

Bob Telford said...

Very nice and excellent artwork. A woman of many talents.