I’ve made a habit of visiting the coast numerous times already this year. Something I wouldn’t have felt obliged to do a couple of years back. But since spending large amounts of time beachside whilst travelling it is refreshing to go out to the coast as often as I can. This time round I visited the northeast coast of the Bempton Cliffs.
Bempton Cliffs is a nature reserve, run by the RSPB, which can be found is the east of Yorkshire. These chalk cliffs are home to over 250,000 seabirds. Which makes for quite the spectacular walk along the cliffside. There’s birdwatchers galore hoping to see a selection of the wide variety of birds on show, including Gannets, Kittiwakes and Puffins. But you don’t have to be an avid birdwatcher to enjoy the spectacular and quite dramatic cliffside scenery. I enjoyed having a wander around and capturing a few shots.
We’ve had some great weather here in the Northwest of England this past week. I hope there’s plenty more to come and I get the chance to make the most of the possible beach days here in England over the summer months. In terms of any travel coming outside of England in the coming months, I’ll have to wait and see. My business is taking full priority for the time being. Hopefully, I will get a chance to make a few trips towards the close of this summer. I have an ever-growing list of places to visit, it would be nice to travel to a few of them this year.
That’s all for now. I hope you enjoyed the collection.