Monthly Archives: July 2011

Dolphins from the Princess!

I’d like to thank Kevin from the May Princess for this picture of two of ten Bottlenose Dolphins that were around the boat as they left Anstruther on Thursday. There has been a number of cetacean sightings recently with Harbour … Continue reading

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The World

I’ve been meaning to upload this picture for a long time. We see all sorts of ships big and small coming in and out of the Forth. This superliner called ‘The World’ passed by in June. This is one of … Continue reading

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This week so far in a nutshell!

A lot of seals! Picture off the south end from the May Princess Tracey Jolliffe. A lot of Puffins all over the island and long may it continue! There are still a few Guillemots and Razorbills on the ledges. The … Continue reading

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Cuckoo in the lighthouse garden

We have seen a few cuckoos this year on the Isle of May but quite often all they do is just fly past. But yesterday this juvenile was in the Lighthouse garden. It showed very well to the visitors though … Continue reading

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Is this the most photographed Razorbill ever?

This hansome Razorbill sits on top of Bishops Cove. It appears to be here all the time. When I took this picture I was about a metre away! There are still a few Razorbills sitting on the crags along the … Continue reading

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Lovely weekend – Why no boats?

The temperature was in the twenties and hardly a clould in the sky. Unfortunately the May Princess and the Seabird Centre were unable to sail over to the island. A swell was from the north. Waves were up to 6 … Continue reading

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More visitors….

Last Thursday I was up early waiting for a cruise ship to arrive. We were expecting nearly 100 visitors from the Clipper Odyssey. From half seven the visitors started to arrive. They came on small rigid inflatables. We met all … Continue reading

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