Bempton Cliffs

The Gray nomads are now heading home but stopping en route at a farm camp site at Flamborough and a few minutes drive from Bempton cliffs and RSPB site inEast Yorkshire.  We could not get as close here as on the Farnes but had a super view of the Gannets and Kittiwakes.

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A last glimpse at Flambrough Head before we leave forEssex

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Just loving life, carrying my camera and searching for beauty!
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One Response to Bempton Cliffs

  1. Oooh! What lovely Gannets and Kittiwakes! I take it you went climbing to get such cool photos? lol 😉 I assume it was you who did the precarious climbing based on Peter’s expression in the shot of his rock climb in the other post?!! Nevermind…Wolfie was on hand with a conveniently long and waving tail should you have felt the need to fall off the cliff edge and therefore required something to grab onto to prevent a nasty little fall down the cliff side!!!
    Rescuesome Wolfie hugs! 😉

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