Tresco and wildlife

We opted for a boat trip round the Northern Isles followed by a landing on Tresco. The boat trip worked well, despite a heavy shower, with lots of puffins on the water and lots of seals. Although it was lunchtime by the time we reached Tresco, we decided to get up to the North of the island where the moors and ruined castle were.This was a lovely walk. After tea and cake at the Ruin Beach cafe we had a briskish walk past a ruined blockhouse on a cliff and some beautiful white beaches to catch the last boat back to St Mary's.

Puffin near Northern Rocks
Puffin near Northern Rocks
Seals at the Northern Rocks
Seals at the Northern Rocks
Agapanthus
Agapanthus
Heading towards New Grimsby
Heading towards New Grimsby
Looking across to Bryher
Looking across to Bryher
Towards Cromwell
Towards Cromwell's Castle
Looking back
Looking back
Looking down on Cromwell
Looking down on Cromwell's Castle
Round Island
Round Island
Crowmwell
Crowmwell's Castle
View from King Charles
View from King Charles's Castle
Cromwell
Cromwell's Castle from King Charles's Castle
View of Bryher
View of Bryher
Kettle Point
Kettle Point
Cork Porth
Cork Porth
Sea rocks
Sea rocks
View of St Martin
View of St Martin's
Island view
Island view
Round Island and St Helen's
Round Island and St Helen's
Old Grimsby Harbour
Old Grimsby Harbour
White sands
White sands
View near Rushy Point
View near Rushy Point
White sands and islands
White sands and islands
Tresco and St Martin
Tresco and St Martin's beaches