While Sue and I were in Yorkshire, we visited an RSPB (the Royal Society for the Preservation of Birds) reserve for sea birds.

The cliffs were dramatic enough, but the birds sailing past made it a magical experience. To cap it, we saw an albatross, a unique sighting in the UK. This beautiful bird was a long way off course, engaged in a doomed search for a mate. I felt sorry for the bird, but it was a wonderful sight as it sailed past below us. I didn’t take a photo of it because I wanted to watch the bird without being encumbered by a lens.

I hope you enjoy the photos.

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