We've been having dramatic weather here. Yesterday the internet vanished, but it turned out that by unplugging the router box, then plugging it back in after 30 seconds, the connection returned. Its' absence felt a little spooky; here we are by this wild coastline, great chunks of which periodically slide into the sea. Somehow the internet feels like a tangible connection, a life-line. Of sorts.
Seals! See the baby? Evidently it was born just hours before I took this picture. Usually at this time of year there are many more baby seals. Who knows what has detained them.
Today it has been pouring; this is the murky scene through my window.
A brief respite from the rain.
Here is the cormorant nesting area. Can you see one practically in the middle, in a little niche? At night there is a cormorant on almost every ledge.
Agnes doesn't like the rain. Only a lap will do.