Bass Rock, East Lothian, Scotland by Laurie Brett

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Leaving home for a photoshoot I noticed a Sea Haar (the Scottish word for a coastal fog) was visible, so I headed for the coast to try to capture some atmospheric scenes. As I came through North Berwick I got a glimpse of the top of the Bass Rock island, so I drove to the closest point on the mainland and waited for a gap in the Haar to reveal the Bass Rock. At this time of the year the Bass in practically covered with Gannets - according the the BBC it is apparently now the largest Gannet colony in the world, with over 150,000 birds.

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