Wednesday, 4 January 2017

Strumble Diary 04/01/2017

The weather was not very kind to us today and the forecast clearing of cloud seemed a long way from actuality. The north wind produced a choppy sea with medium swells coming straight at the lookout. The result was plenty of troughs for the porps to be hidden in. That set the scene for a scrappy session where we saw more fin tips than bodies with only one or two opportunities for images at all. I was joined by Cliff and Rhian from Cardiff who had stayed over after the Monday public porp watch. A shorter than planned session due to the weather and low light conditions so let's hope things improve for the days ahead.

The second image below shows a typical sighting from today.

Ken and Rhi'(cb)