RSPB Bempton is famous for attracting upwards of 250,000 sea birds to its chalky white cliffs to nest and raise young. The site of so many Gannets was quite mesmerising, and the smell, well quite something else.
The Puffins were one of my main reasons for going. Having only seen them as little specks on the sea on Anglesey before, I really wanted close up views. I wasn't disappointed, with several very close on the cliffs and others flying overhead as we moved to sea level at Flamborough.
I'll be sharing other birds from the trip soon, but for now, here are some very cute looking Puffins.
Checking out a Kittiwake on its nest.
It wasn't easy to capture these guys in flight. So fast and almost directly above me.
Like a torpedo.
Oh good, you're awake now.