Skylark on a stab

Walking, cycling or driving around Westray is accompanied by Skylarks tinkling and fluttering in the air. They’re either buried deep in cover, or so high above that it’s not possible to tell whether that speck in the sky is them, or sitting on a stab.

Skylark - The Hall of Einar - photograph (c) David Bailey (not the)

Here’s one on a stab, having fun erecting its crest over and over again.

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