Sunday, 30 August 2009
Spent a couple of hours doing a Seawatch at Pendeen yesterday morning, not so much going through but did manage Great Skua , Pomarine Skua although distant, Balearic Shearwater, Manx Shearwater, Gannets plus a few other common species. It seems the best day was Friday when the tail end of Hurricane Bill past through to give some great Seawatching ( Pity work got in the way again ).
After this I went across to Bottallack to see if I could find the Choughs, but it seems they were not coming out to play. On walking along the cliffs I came across a Gorse Bush covered with a Creeper like plant (maybe someone knows what it is ) that was acting as a magnet for all sorts of insects,which were going crazy crawling along the stems. Luckly I had my Macro lens in my pocket, so a quick setup and I spent the next hour Photographing this scene.
So here are a set of images that were taken all on the same plant.