Crossing to Lundy on the MS Oldenburg - a flat-bottomed girl who pitches and rolls with abandon in the choppy waters between Bideford and Lundy Island. Not for the faint-hearted when there's a swell running!
Not a lot to see from the boat; the highlights were a couple of pods of Common Dolphins, a single Great Skua on each leg of the journey, and a smattering of Manx Shearwaters, Razorbills and Guillemots
Looking down the East Side to the 'new' jetty, with Rat Island and Mouse Island in the background. The weather wasn't great, I'm afraid, so the photos are a bit dull too.
The church. Every island needs a church. Apparently.
Perhaps the most useless lighthouse in the UK - built high on the top of Lundy, the light itself is usually shrouded in cloud whenever bad weather occurs - which is whenever you need a lighthouse. Unsurprisingly, it was quickly abandoned as a working light.
As good as 'Earth from the air'.