I'm currently in St Ives, a town in Cornwall, UK. The weather has taken a turn for the worst, and I'm trapped with my wife in a conservatory attached to the B&B we're staying in. Can't complain, there has been plenty sun and sea food so far, and I got some decent shots this week.
This shot was taken from The Island, which isn't an island at all; its a rocky headland with a lighthouse.
These two shots of a Ruddy Turnstone were taken from the bay. I bought a rain poncho so I could lie down in the wet sand of the harbour and shoot from the birds eye level. If you want to shoot birds, this is the single best thing you can do to get better shots.
I must have looked a complete idiot in front of a busy harbour and still managed to get soaked, but you have to suffer for your art, right?
We took a trip to Seal Island which also bent the definition of island. It was more rocks than island if you ask me. But there were seals there!
These shots were all taken with a Canon 400mm f5.6. It's an old lens with no image stabilisation, but when there is plenty light (as in these shots) you get fantastic results.