Thursday, 24 March 2016

Grey Thursdays



Although this morning’s early wander wasn’t as bright and sunny as it could have been, the cliffs were welcoming and the view was as good as it always is. The soundtrack that accompanies the walk is familiar but ever changing depending on how close to the cliff edge you get and what Mother Nature decides to send your way. Above the sounds of the waves crashing against the rocks Jackdaws and gulls try to dominate the airwaves but there is always more if you listen.
 On a grey day when photographs will never do this place justice perhaps it is just time to put the camera down and enjoy the surroundings.

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