A lovely day Sunday so Mrs B and myself took a walk on the coast path. The ideal outing to test out the recently aquired 150-600mm G2 Tamron lens. Not much activity out over the water so I turned my attention to the coastal margins. First sighting was this little brown feller perched on an old bramble stalk waiting to dip down into the nest no doubt. Later in the walk we saw two Kestrels one which sped by and no chance of an image and the other hovering at a distance across one of the bays. The highlight was the encounter with twenty or so Fulmars on a nesting cliff near Carregwastad followed by a great capture of a Meadow/Rock pippit. All in all I'm very pleased with the results off this new lens.