Sunrise over the Mulberry Harbour 'wreck'
Another superb morning without a murmer of wind...perfect!! A very high tide covered all but 2 'islands' in the harbour with most waders taking to the fields nearby. Cormorants and Curlews clung to the small piece of Tern Island still showing and the Knot occupied their usual high tide roost spot on the shingle spit.
Mediterranean Gulls tend to commute between the Lagoon and the shingle spit and I was pleased to capture this shot showing one coming into summer plumage.