Saturday, 15 February 2014

High Winds, Big Seas and the Song of the Skylark

As the weather cleared and the Sun made an appearance, a walk to St.Aldhem's Head was needed to blow the cobwebs away.
The wind was still blowing strongly and howling as it snaked through the trees and hedges and the waves could be heard crashing against the cliffs way before they could be seen! Above all of this noise though, louder and stronger than anything else nature could throw was the song of the Skylark. A beautiful little bird that is always wonderful to see and here.
East To Anvil Point
West to Emmitt's Hill, Houns-tout, Swyre Head and Beyond
The Radar Memorial, St.Aldhelm's Head
The Skylark

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