Craigleith and Bass Rock off North Berwick — June 2018
The visit to Bass Rock was a planned day trip from Glasgow. The rock is uninhabited by humans and is a great breeding ground for gannet (a Site of Special Scientific Interest due to the gannet colony). It’s about 2 km from the mainland and a boat trip I thoroughly enjoyed. Although we did not go onto the rock it is possible to do so with a specially arranged tour. It was a clear day so I had good fun with the 100-400mm lens.
Close access and close flybys by the gannets made for good photography. A good fresh fish meal in the harbour was great.
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