Finally we have bins on the flood/flash, did I say we, that should have been "I" as the Westies have not yet found the money to buy their own bins, only joking. There was quite a bit of activity this morning, with 3 variety of Gulls, Black-headed, Herring and Common on show ,plus the two Oystercatchers that have been with us for a few weeks now, and lastly 4 Lapwing.
After walking the dogs I decided to make my way over to Maryport, to see what was on offer there, plus 2mins from there and I can be with my old workmate Keith, as He has now started a new carving business on his own. follow the link to see some of his work.---- http://www.cumbriancarvings.com/ and if you see anything you fancy give him a call.
So first stop Maryport beach, not a great deal about but I enjoyed what I found, hope you do.
|Apart from a few gulls this was the best on offer, a small mixed flock of Oystercatchers and Turnstones, like myself, enjoying the sun.|
|The tide was coming in at a good speed , so the birds where being push further up the beach with each wave.|
|There's always one that's got to be different.|
|I like the foam in this one.|
|I like this, the droplets look as though they are suspended.|
|People fishing from Maryport pier, and cars are allow right to the end.|