There’s a rock pool fed with fresh water fram a tiny waterfall on the west coast of Westray.
I love how green the algae are.
Looking out to the Ocean from the waterfall on a beautiful day is breathtaking.
As we potter, a Redshank flies towards us and then does several loops peeping wildly.
Then there’s a commotion above the cliffs:
An Arctic Skua has taken exception to a Raven. I’m shocked by the difference in size.
It’s soon over, as they disappear over the land and beyond our view. There’s a boat in the distance. I wonder if it’s collecting from the creels which surround the coast?
There’s an arch here which has no name. At least it didn’t have a name. Now it’s known as the arch with no name.
What a great day to surround yourself with nature.