The majority of the lighthouses that I have seen have round towers, this one stood out because it is a castellated square tower lighthouse.
Further on, along the natural cliff strata, sea birds had taken up their bijoux residences. Fulmars, not the most pleasant bird characters to cross, were staking in their real estate claims. They are related to the Albatross family and other bird life wouldn’t want their ‘sticky torpedoes’ to land on them.
This settled couple look as if they wouldn’t say ‘boo’ to a goose.
But, this one is not too happy at being left alone:
Close to the coast line the Guillemots bobbed around on the water and a number of Fulmars flew above.
Wandering much further on, these stacks came into view, shrouded in a light sea haze.
In the Sandstone cliff face, we saw ‘Guillemot Tower’…. was there going to be room for newcomers? It looked a very overcrowded.