September 30th, 2013
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At the western most point of Europe, Látrabjarg, sits a rather giant cliff face. This cliff is a designated bird sanctuary, and home to what felt like thousands and thousands of puffins. If there were ever a place to kick-start a bird photography passion, it would be here. Other than puffins, there were gulls and terns everywhere along the cliff face, as well as out in the ocean.
I spent a little time laying along the cliff edge, looking out at the Atlantic ocean, and hanging out with this little guy... who turned out to be not shy in the least... in fact, quite the orator for a small bird.