More of these stunning sunsets please!
Of course at any other time of year these low pressure stonkers would be welcome, bringing us migrant and vagrant birds from the continent or, if we're really lucky, Siberia. But alas the migration of the days of yor has ground to a relative halt and our attention is firmly fixed on the breeding birds. Which we might have just a few of!
Hashtag Arctic Tern maaaaaate.
Kittiwake colony on the mighty Brownsman.
Puffins hanging out with their wangs out.
Young Guillemots taking the leap..good luck guys!!
Guillemot colonies are pretty awesome if alittle smelly.
Male birds with their jumplings.
But its not all about birds....just mostly! The Moth season in the north is late, short and sweet. And hasn't been helped by all this cool, wet and generally unsettled shite weather. So it's encouraging that some of the Farnes resident species are starting to emerge with things like Common Swift and Silver Ground Carpet (below) now present in ever increasing numbers.
And I'll leave you with a loely sunset sequence...bring on the summer!