Annet and St Agnes

Today we took the opportunity to do a wildlife tour before being landed on St Agnes. The boat took us along the South coast of Annet. We did see one puffin outside its nest and one flying past us but the main sighting was of seals.

Shag near Annet drying its wings
Shag near Annet drying its wings
The way across to The Gugh
The way across to The Gugh
Looking back to St Mary
Looking back to St Mary's

After landing on St Agnes we took the chance of a low tide to go round The Gugh, again a lovely coastal walk.

Foxgloves
Foxgloves
Cove on The Gugh
Cove on The Gugh
Oystercatcher
Oystercatcher

We then set off to walk round the main island. We had some difficulty choosing the best paths so had a somewhat zigzaggy tour. We did find a cafe, however, where we could enjoy some Troytown icecream.

Nag
Nag's Head
Another angle on Nag
Another angle on Nag's Head
Thrush
Thrush
Coastal path
Coastal path
Rocky beach
Rocky beach
Coloured rocks
Coloured rocks
Rocky eagle
Rocky eagle
Hairy rock
Hairy rock
View to the East
View to the East