This Image of a Gannet was taken at Bempton Cliffs Last year. I had been
photographing Gannets in flight like most of the big lenses there
when I spotted this guy having an argument with another Gannet that had
decided to spend sometime bombing him and pecking his head. this image was taken mid attack and I thought
it looked pretty funky..
Would love to know what he was thinking at this moment in time. maybe he was thinking about re-taliating or how best
to avoid the attacks of his peer.
Bempton cliffs is a wonderful place to see a vast array of wildlife and birds, well worth a visit anytime
of the year.
There is an abundance of butterflies, wild flowers and a fantastic view from the cliff tops. I tend to visit early
morning before most people are out of bed.
This time of year is especially good for visiting and rarely seen birds.
The sunrises can be very dramatic at certain times of the year and the feeling of space is fantastic
and Oh did I mention the wildlife?