Living in Cornwall for the last four years meant that I spent most of my time exploring the coastline and seeing what I could find. The great thing about the coastline is that there is always something to photograph all year round and in all weather conditions. Sometimes its just the luck of the draw with what you will get.
This whitethroat was taken just meters from the cliff edge on the Lizard Peninsula.
These are some images that I have recently pulled out of the dark depths of my hard dive. All were taken one and half years ago when I spent most of my time a Godrevy working for my final major project. I was unable to get round to processing all my images I had taken as there were only so many photographs of seals that the markers of my work would want to look at. Had it been a study on seals that it would have been a different story.
Seal are very affectionate creatures and can often be seen showing signs of affection.
This shag on its nest (below) was snapping at a cloud of flies that were hanging over its head. At first I wasn’t sure if it was some sort of display it was putting on, as it was mainly moving its head from side to side with it beak wide open.
With the cliff ledge covered in excrement and smelling of fish one could only image the hell of having to sit there day after day being plagued by flies.
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