Well, yet another 4 hour, 250 mile round trip to Bempton Cliffs and again, without falling asleep at the wheel. I did that on the edge of a 300 foot cliff instead.
The weather was great, but the lighting was awful. I couldn't get a decent shot of a gannet in flight as the whites were always burnt out, even after turning my exposure down by 2 or 3 stops, it was far too bright, some cloud would of been better for the whites. However, I did get some shots of the cliffs for people who have not been there yet and some birds on the way.
The white cliffs of Bempton
Gannet on the nest and in flight
Fulmar on the nest and in flight
Male Reed Bunting
Kittewake peel away from the cliff in mass