Some further pics captured in gloomy conditions at the weekend. A confiding group of waders on the rocky shoreline at Filey included 13 Purple Sandpipers, a species I don’t see particularly often (or particularly close) down south. Given a bit of time and basic fieldcraft (keeping still and low down), they came in quite close allowing these photos to be taken. If I’m up that way again on a sunnier day, I’d like to have another go since there’s plenty of room for improvement… or maybe the Purps in Lowestoft are calling when I’m back in East Anglia.
Chile part three - Tierra del Fuego
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