I'm with my Mum at the seaside, so what better way to relive childhood memories than go for a trip around the bay on the Yorkshire Belle!
|The Yorkshire Belle|
|The cliffs of Bridlington Bay|
|Kittiwakes at the top, guillemots at the bottom.|
The social order of the bird world.
|Here kitti, kitti, kitti!|
You might also be able to spot a few cormorants at the bottom
|Yet more kittiwakes|
|I swear there are some pterodactyls up there!|
Certainly, quite a few giant-winged gannets.
|High-rise Living, seabird style.|
|Seabird nest on a car-wheel on a limestone stack.|
|Sea-birds looking for a free meal around a crab-pot boat|
|Dane's Dyke, a Celtic if not neolithic earthwork that defensively cuts off the Flamborough peninsular.|
Nothing to do with the Danes/Vikings though.
|The spire of Trinity church and the hotels of Alexandra Parade tells us we will soon be back in Bridlington|