Stackpole Head in Pembrokeshire

Last, perfect day of my Pembrokeshire camping trip on 20 June. I walked from Stackpole across Barafundle Bay (hot sand, cold sea! Just visible top right) to Stackpole Head on the south coast. Had a great Air 2S session later when it was quiet. Lots of razorbills and guillemots nesting in impossible places. I kept a good distance so as not to disturb them. Even though the sea was calm, there’s still a fair bit of background noise, so it didn’t attract attention from any birds. Raws edited in Lightroom Classic.
More non-drone shots on Flickr: Bruce Clarke | Flickr

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Thanks for looking.

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Lovely shots, well done mate. I was there last weekend - a beautiful part of the world. But I am a tad biased :wink:

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I shouldn’t worry about upsetting the birds, I was at Rhyl Airshow on Saturday, and the Typhoon did his complete display with afterburner on. The Seagulls couldn’t have cared less, in fact on Sunday, one of them tried to get in a Red Arrow cockpit!

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Cheers, much appreciated. My first visit, won’t be the last! Good to catch it before the school holidays.

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Love the images, did you get to St Governs Chapel?

Thanks Allan, no, it was fairly late in the day, hence nice and quiet at Stackpole Head. Something for the next visit, thanks for the tip. I’d forgotten that was fairly close.