Farne Islands July 2016~part 2

Part 1 HERE

So once we got to Inner Farne, we first came to the Arctic Terns, and their bambino’s

Feed me now Seymour!

but then we moved on to puffins!
Some in-flight shots were attempted..

was quite pleased with these as they really zip along and I have to admit a fair few frames had just the tail end at the edge of the shot! Not an easy job!


in the naughty corner

If I don’t turn around maybe she won’t see I’ve got a gob load of fish

Playing Hide and seek

maybe they’ve forgotten about me

that’s lunch taken care of

I’m on the edge I tell ya

The Chubb twins

There’s always one!

got some for me?

Part 3 tomorrow 🙂


  1. Brilliant shots, FR. Love those puffins, but the terns were excellent too. Some of the best puffin shots I have seen from a non-professional.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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  2. Excellent…I m really enjoying your coastal adventures.

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    1. Thanks N-man 😊


  3. Some great captions along with pics Frags, had a bit of a giggle 🙂

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    1. Cheers Eddy 😊


  4. The last photograph is beautiful as a choreography. All of them are beautiful of course.

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    1. Thanks Francis 🙂

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  5. Wow, you nailed it! Great work!

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    1. Cheers, love going there.


  6. Great nature photography. You must have a decent telephoto lens?

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    1. Well it was cheap for a fuji lens, round about £200 but it’s lightweight and does a decent enough job for me. Its a Fujifilm XC50-230mm 🙂

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