Saturday, 15 April 2017

Blue Skies, Raptors, Purples & Spiders

The weather has been kind to us giving plenty of chances to wander the cliffs. At this time of year wild flowers are breaking free and among these are the Orchids. Early Purples stand like a beacon in the grass whilst high on the ridge the Spider Orchids appear in greater and greater numbers. Both are great to find and both are interesting to photograph. As well as the gorse-dwelling little birds, Kestrels and Peregrines patrol the cliff edge, making flying look effortless.








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