A nice sunny day and reports of Basking Sharks and Porpoises, so we headed down to the Mull for a coastal walk.
Thrift in full bloom
Great Cirrus clouds today!
Looking towards Maryport
Common Carpet Moth
Juvenile Stonechat, there were lots about
Mull of Galloway lighthouse
As we approched the lighthouse and foghorn there was a lot of noise, unfortunately no sharks or porpoises today…
…as a couple of morons were showing off, disturbing all the nesting seabirds and frightening all the other wildlife in the area.
The lighthouse was open and there were people taking the tour
Thrift and seabirds on the cliffs
Rocks and clear water
The Gallie Craig Tearooms
We then headed to West Tarbet and took the path to West Cairngaan
I woder just how long this huge old tank will take to dissappear!
A haze of Bluebells
Looking back towards West Tarbet and the Mull
Thrift and Campion
Fields and sky
Green-veined White butterfly
Footpath well marked
Hawthorn-Its 8th June and the may blossom is finally fully out!
…over the hill
There ere 4 or 5 in total!
Mull of Galloway Trail sign
Looking towards the Mull
bluebells on the cliffs
About St Medans Cave