|A New Post From Adam Brooker http://GlobalEyeImages.com/portfolio/AdamBrooker
I’ve visited the Isle of May a couple of times this year, and although the guillemots dominate the cliffs in terms of numbers, they never cease to fascinate me. Sit and watch them for a while, and you will soon start to notice an avian soap opera playing out in front of you, with family members coming and going with food and neighbouring birds fighting and jostling for space on the tightly packed cliff ledges. There’s a strict hierarchy on the cliffs with the older birds claiming the top spots and the younger birds relegated to the lower spots where they are more likely to be washed off during storms.
I’ve just posted a new lightbox to my website: Isle of May guillemots is a set of 29 of my favourite guillemot Images suitable for a variety of commercial purposes.
Please take a moment to look them over, leave your comments and if I can assist in any way, please do let me know.