A portion of the cliff beside the gannet colony sea stack at Cape St. Mary’s. The fog lifted just enough to show the white caps at the cliff base. The white specks at the top of the cliff are gannets and the birds farther down are mainly kittiwakes.

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  • prettybutterfly
    prettybutterflyover 4 years ago

    beautiful………………..

  • Thank you again Pretty butterfly.

    – Stephen Stephen

  • Yannik Hay
    Yannik Hayalmost 4 years ago

    Thisi is so nice from your high pov. Great with the mist and the white flowers, ganets and rocks.

  • Merci beaucoup Yannik.

    – Stephen Stephen

  • Gary Fairhead
    Gary Fairheadalmost 4 years ago

    Great POV and nice moody feel with the fog.

  • Thanks Gary. Due to the thick fog, we could hear. and smell, the birds for about 20 minutes and only saw them when we came within 10 metres of the cliff edge. I’d love to go back on a sunny day.

    – Stephen Stephen

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