Michaela and I spent the weekend with our family at Trearduur Bay, Anglesey.
The weather was reasonable, no rain but plenty of cloud cover. Bird life was very quiet, although I did get some practice outside the house, on the rocks with the resident Herring Gulls and a fine specimen of a Great Black-Backed Gull. Pictured opposite with the Olivon scope set to 45x zoom.
We went to cliffs at South Stack lighthouse, which earlier on in the year is alive with breeding sea birds. One thing that I've noticed on my recent posts is that I'm becoming increasingly interested in the macro end of the Ricoh GX100 and the results it offers, capturing a shot of a Bloody Nosed Beetle (I think) strolling along a dry stone wall.
Bird sightings over the weekend included a Chuff at Stack and Rock Pipets along the coast at Treardurr Bay.