What a sizzler today turned out to be,arrived at Marazion around 08.00 beautiful sunny morning.
The plan was to check out the Spotted Crakes, and then onto the beach for the waders, well the Crakes did not play ball this morning with only a brief view of one.
So over to the beach to see what waders were around, esp the Buff Breasted Sandpiper, so a gentle stroll along checking things out and taking a few images of Ringed Plover and Sanderling, sitting on the wall enjoying the view I was joined by John off JR and SUE Blog and it was great to catch up after a very long time.
So we continued along the beach chatting and rattling off a few images, when we were joined by my birding pal Mark who had taken an hour off work to look for the Buff Breasted (you can do this when you are the boss).
It was soon located and although it was very mobile started to get a few pics!!!, we were then joined by a lady birder Marlene from St Ives who had come to get some Photo's of the Sandpiper.
So after around 4 hours I decided to call it a day and head home for lunch.
So the days effort produced over 400 images, great weather Great Birding and best of all great company. "Thanks Guys".
So I will not apologise for putting up more images of this beautiful Sandpiper, But to show I am not prejudiced I have included a couple of Dunlin shots as well.