Saturday, 8 January 2011

Angry Waves


Angry Waves, originally uploaded by julian sawyer.

The first thing that struck us as we made our way to the cliffs this morning was the noise of some of the largest waves I have seen here. Durlston Head was being battered by huge swells and the bay itself was a white mass of broken water. Flying low across the bay were dozens of Gannets looking far too white against the slate grey of the sky. Around the head, the Southern cliffs were taking the full force of the water but a solitary Peregrine, just a dot against the rocks, sat, watched and waited.

1 comment:

Gary said...

You can just see the power of those waves. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon.

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