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Sunbathers and swimmers

Seals at Old Peak or South Cheek Ravenscar, located below the cliffs. The colony consists of approximately 300 animals. Both grey and common seals are found here, common seals are actually the less numerous of the two resident UK seal species.
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16 comments

Ulrich John said:

A nice scene, Doug !
15 months ago ( translate )

Doug Shepherd replied to Ulrich John:

Thanks very much Ulrich.

Best regards, Doug
15 months ago ( translate )

Boarischa Krautmo said:

good shot!
15 months ago

Doug Shepherd replied to Boarischa Krautmo:

Thanks very much Markus.

Best regards, Doug
15 months ago

Pam J said:

SO PEACEFUL
15 months ago ( translate )

Doug Shepherd replied to Pam J:

Many thanks for your visit Pam.

Enjoy the coming week
15 months ago

Rosalyn Hilborne said:

A fabulous picture Doug. They look very happy enjoying the sunshine on the rocks!

Best regards,
Rosa.
15 months ago

Doug Shepherd replied to Rosalyn Hilborne:

Thanks very much Rosa, glad you like it.

Best regards, Doug
15 months ago

Fred Fouarge said:

schitterende plaat doug
15 months ago ( translate )

Doug Shepherd replied to Fred Fouarge:

Thanks very much Fred.

All the best, Doug
15 months ago

Roger (Grisly) said:

Excellent capture Doug, they do appear to like the colder water, apart from harbour seals we have relatively few down her in the South West.
15 months ago

Doug Shepherd replied to Roger (Grisly):

Thanks very much for your visit and kind comment Roger.

Have a good day, Doug
15 months ago

Ecobird said:

A super shot Doug. Lovely to see the seals. I still get quite excited when I see them
Have a good weekend
13 months ago

Doug Shepherd replied to Ecobird:

Many thanks for your visit and kind comment Carol. My apologies for the delayed reply.

All the best, Doug
9 months ago

Jaap van 't Veen said:

Lovely wildlife image Doug.
9 months ago ( translate )