Northern Gannets

I suppose now is the time to review the countless number of photographs I have taken over the last couple of years and ascertain what, if any, are still worthy of being published.  When I landed on Bass Rock in Scotland in July 2018, I had three hours to enjoy a truly amazing wildlife experience as the guest to circa 100,000 Northern Gannets.  Not surprisingly, I was armed with many gigabytes worth of memory cards, so there was plenty opportunity for capturing both static and in-flight shots.  With such opportunities now removed albeit temporarily due to Covid-19, the photographs in this post are worthy and deserve to be posted.

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