I’m not expecting this one to get many likes or approvals. Herring Gulls – understandably – have a bit of a bad rep in Bridlington. Their noisey early morning calls are usually unwelcomed. However below that brash exterior they are magnificent powerful birds and this one was lit beautifully last night by the late evening sun. It seemed majestic looking out across the harbour – if only they understood not to start shouting before 7am!
On the other hand – this was the scene when we got back to the car – completely sprayed in gull droppings – do they deserve their Bad Reputation?
A little Choppy out at Sea
A Shag enjoys late evening sun down at Bridlington Harbour.
The weather in Bridlington today is miserable, pouring with rain. So to brighten the day up we thought we’d go back to some long distant memories of Summer. We’re liking the idea of this one!
The fish were definately biting down at the North Pier!
Another from yesterday afternoon on the harbour, after all the storms the sea was incredibly quiet.
The weather finally broke for a little while this afternoon and Bridlington was bathed in late afternoon sun with blue skies.
A spectacular sunset this evening over Bridlington Harbour