A third visit to Langdon cliffs to check on the progress of the Kittiwake chicks, and I was apprehensive that they may have gone hungry, after the continued reports of poor food stocks in the North Sea.
Some more nests were empty, but there were well-developed youngsters to be seen on the ledges, having lost their fluffiness in the last two weeks, and gained the distinctive markings that they will carry around the coasts for the next year.
This rabbit emerged from a burrow right at the cliff's edge, and studiously ignored me - with a home this close to the brink, he's got more important things to worry about.
Incidentally, if you have a head for heights, look again at the top picture and you can see the kittiwake ledge in the bottom right-hand corner. Makes you feel all squirmie!